Creating Group Norms
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Why creating norms for group work is important and how to do it:)
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Group norms, Team roles and Leadership: increasing the success of ...

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We can speak of a group when a collection of people are bound by the same experience or objective and when these people indeed think of themselves as a member of this same group. Of course, this is a very dry definition.
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What Kind of Leader Are You? | Rethinking Complexity

What Kind of Leader Are You? Diplomat: A leader who needs to belong, avoids overt conflict, follows group norms... http://t.co/pGHMH0XY16
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Language Log » Names, networks, and norms

[E]thnographers have consistently discovered a diverse array of peer groups in American high schools. An elite group similar to Coleman's (1961) "leading crowd" is always found, although it is often divided into two somewhat ...
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Problem Solving Groupwork

http://teachtci.com - This strategy teaches students the skills necessary to work together successfully in small groups, both in the classroom and later in l...
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The Wisdom of Questions - Creating Good Group Discussion ...

The Wisdom of Questions - Creating Good Group Discussion ... | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it
I have also had to write questions for my books–at the end of chapters for group discussion. A few times I even wrote a whole group study resources–coming up with more questions than I could count. A few of these ended up ...

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The Anti-Crowdsourcing: How Small Peer Groups Can Help Problem-Solve

The Anti-Crowdsourcing: How Small Peer Groups Can Help Problem-Solve | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it
The cliché that it’s lonely at the top contains a bit of truth. No matter what your leadership position, it can often feel like you don’t have anyone with whom you can objectively talk through your issues.
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Reflections on Group Dynamics | Nursing NayNay

However, our first assignment, which included designating group norms, showed signs of trouble. One member of our group, Ryan, was dominating conversation and coming accross in a combative manner. His idea of group ...
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Building Relationships through Conversation | Literacy in Learning Exchange

Building Relationships through Conversation | Literacy in Learning Exchange | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it
RT @NCLE: For a diverse group of people to work together effectively, establishing norms is an essential first step. http://t.co/mxmESCaZGY
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Media Literacy and PSAs – 5308 | Henrico 21

Media Literacy and PSAs – 5308 | Henrico 21 | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it

As part of the Media Literacy mini-unit, students had previously gathered data and learned about the different types of media (billboards, commercials, newspaper ads, etc.) as background information. In groups the students collaborated to create a PSA. Together the groups first chose their group topic which had to relate to an environmental issue. Next they worked together to:


• Create a group rubric
• Establish norms for the groups
• Establish roles and expectations for group members
o Once the roles were chosen, they created their own individual rubrics that reflected their personal job for the group.

 

During one class period, they planned the group PSA, rubrics and expectations and set guidelines for their project. During another class period, they created, recorded, and finalized their PSAs before they were each presented to the class. Projects were graded using the student-created rubrics.

 

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Podcast: Reflections on Teaching Strategies That Work » Copy ...

Podcast: Reflections on Teaching Strategies That Work » Copy ... | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it
I confessed that as a novice teacher, I mimicked my experience as a high school student and taught primarily via lecture mixed with an occasional “guess what the teacher is thinking” whole-group discussion.

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How ‘collaborative learning’ is transforming higher education

How ‘collaborative learning’ is transforming higher education | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it

"Today’s students have come of age in a world where they are constantly connected with friends on Facebook, and they use this and other social media tools to make sense of their shared experience together. Now, colleges are using similar technologies to engage students in course content in ways that resonate with a generation accustomed to a new way of learning."


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To Educate in the Permanent Things

To Educate in the Permanent Things | Creating Group Norms | Scoop.it
Could there be an education proposal more straightforward than
assigning the Great Works?
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