Designing Groupwork: Strategies for the Heterogeneous Classroom

I thought of you when I read this quote from “Designing Groupwork: Strategies for the Heterogeneous Classroom, Third Edition” by Elizabeth G. Cohen, Rachel A. Lotan –

“Johnson and Johnson (1990) selected for groups working on a computer simulation: summarizing the ideas and information of all group members, encouraging active oral participation of all members, and checking for agreement among members each time a decision is made. E”

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Developing an Effective Team Culture

Ryan Hedstrom rahedstrom@manchester.edu Manchester College One of the most important jobs as a coach is to develop and foster a team culture. This culture, or identity, is really the foundation of all effective teams. As a coach this culture is your vision or philosophy put into action.

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Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Making Your Team Work: How Coaches Can Transform Groups into Teams

Ryan Hedstrom Manchester College Whether it is on the field or in the locker room, effective coaches need to understand the strategies to turn a group of individuals into a cohesive and successful team.

Source: Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Making Your Team Work: How Coaches Can Transform Groups into Teams