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Successful Group Work

Author : Patrice Palmer
ISBN : 9780997762853
Genre : Education
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Patrice Palmer has produced a wonderful course that makes complete sense and has a clear purpose. It is a must for any teacher and every resource room. – Chris Mares, author of 50 Ways to Be a Better Teacher Practical, clear, and flexible, this is a useful resource with 13 activities for teachers of teenagers and adults. Thanks to the user-friendly format, teachers can also easily select individual activities to best meet students’ needs. – Julie Vorholt, Instructor, Academic English Studies, Lewis & Clark University Successful implementation and completion of team activities requires instructors and students alike to confront challenges not present in individual work. To maximize learning, group projects need a solid lesson plan that helps students • understand the benefits of group work, • develop ground rules and assign responsibilities, • value everyone’s contributions, and • resolve potential conflicts. Teacher, curriculum designer, and “teacherpreneur” Patrice Palmer offers thirteen easily implemented, robust group-work activities formatted to foster the development of life skills. Designed with secondary and postsecondary students in mind, Palmer’s workbook takes students through the team-building process, from getting to know one another to a final evaluation of the group’s work and success. Written in a user-friendly format, Successful Group Work: 13 Activities to Teach Teamwork Skills allows teachers to choose activities that best meet their students’ needs. Make group work a powerful addition to your teaching repertoire. You may be surprised how your students rise to meet a new challenge!

Success In Groupwork

Author : Peter Hartley
ISBN : 9781137013750
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 85. 71 MB
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This guide provides students with practical advice and ideas to help them work effectively with other people and get the most out of their group project. It takes the reader from forming a group, working together on a project, dealing with conflict, using online resources through to delivering a group assessment.

Successful Group Work

Author : Tim O'Sullivan
ISBN : 9781135361341
Genre : Education
File Size : 35. 45 MB
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This concise guide covers all the practical skills that students need to work effectively in a group in higher and further education. Using a variety of interactive teaming activities, students can practice the main principles. A number of case-study and real-life examples are also included.

Productive Group Work

Author : Nancy Frey
ISBN : 9781416608837
Genre : Education
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The benefits of collaborative learning are well documented--and yet, almost every teacher knows how group work can go wrong: restless students, unequal workloads, lack of accountability, and too little learning for all the effort involved. In this book, educators Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and Sandi Everlove show you how to make all group work productive group work: with all students engaged in the academic content and with each other, building valuable social skills, consolidating and extending their knowledge, and increasing their readiness for independent learning. The key to getting the most out of group work is to match research-based principles of group work with practical action. Classroom examples across grade levels and disciplines illustrate how to * Create interdependence and positive interaction * Model and guide group work * Design challenging and engaging group tasks * Ensure group and individual accountability * Assess and monitor students' developing understanding (and show them how to do the same) * Foster essential interpersonal skills, such as thinking with clarity, listening, giving useful feedback, and considering different points of view. The authors also address the most frequently asked questions about group work, including the best ways to form groups, accommodate mixed readiness levels, and introduce collaborative learning routines into the classroom. Throughout, they build a case that productive group work is both an essential part of a gradual release of responsibility instructional model and a necessary part of good teaching practice.

Group Work

Author : Patrick McMahon
ISBN : 0007507143
Genre : Education
File Size : 60. 71 MB
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Work together for academic success Collins English for Academic Purposes: Group Work will give you the skills you need to work well with others, and help you feel confident contributing to group projects at university. Through practical exercises and real-life case studies you will learn how to form effective groups assign roles establish rules deal with difficult group situations. Collins English for Academic Purposes: Group Work will help you to make the most of your time at university. Ten chapters with clear information and practical exercises Real-life case studies from university students Information on academic expectations - understand the requirements of studying at university Helpful tips and summaries Answer key and glossary Group Work is part of a new six-book series to help international students achieve academic success at college or university. It is designed to support students who are studying, or preparing to study, at an English-speaking institution. Suitable for students whose level of English is Upper Intermediate / CEF level B2 / IELTS 5.5 and higher. Other titles in the Collins English for Academic Purposes series: * Lectures * Numbers * Presenting * Research * Writing

Making Group Work Easy

Author : Steven A. Schiola
ISBN : 9781607097761
Genre : Education
File Size : 52. 86 MB
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The latest research about improving education shows that when educators work together to examine data, brainstorm strategies, implement those strategies, and check the data again, student achievement rises. These processes are well known and effective. What is often overlooked or taken for granted is the process the educators will use to work with one another and find effective solutions. It is easy to say that educators will just meet with each other and work these things out. However, as we have learned with students, people are not born with all of the skills to work in teams. This book teaches a process that will help both teachers and administrators plan for and conduct meetings that are meaningful, useful, and that generate results.

Successful Teamwork

Author : Peter Levin
ISBN : 9780335226191
Genre : Education
File Size : 65. 76 MB
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This lively, concise and to-the-point guide offers hints and practical sugestions to help you deal with the issues you face when working on a group project. It helps you to understand what goes on in project groups, to move forward in difficult situation, and to draw valuable lessons from the experience. · How to share out the work · How to transform your group into a team · How to take decision · How to deal with'free riders' · How to work constructively with someone you don't like · How to make good use of your experience when applying for jobs A must for every student working on a group project, and especially recommended if you have been put into a group, assigned a project and left alone to get on with it!

Managing Teams

Author : Nicky Hayes
ISBN : 1861527829
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75. 44 MB
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[email protected] Series This accessible text explores our knowledge about how teams work, how and why they become effective and how they influence an organization. By looking at practical examples, organizational experience and the psychological mechanisms underlying teams and team management, Nicky Hayes describes how managers and would-be managers at all levels can improve teamworking within their organization. In addition to managers and HR professionals, students of management and occupational psychology at undergraduate and MBA level will benefit from the clear and concise coverage of this important topic.

Group Work Practice In A Troubled Society

Author : Roselle Kurland
ISBN : 9781135909864
Genre : Medical
File Size : 21. 73 MB
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This book presents the wide range and diversity of effective group work practice in today’s troubled society. Representing the best in current practice, chapters discuss modern group work and contain rich examples of practice and theory. Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society examines the social realities in which group work is now practiced and addresses present-day social issues and problems. Contributing authors to Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society discuss innovations in practice, programs, and theory, and a wide variety of work with clients in many different settings. There is a breadth and strength and diversity in contemporary group work practice, and the authors--practitioners and educators from the United States, Canada, and Hong Kong--represent the vitality of current practice and theory. Among the many topics they discuss are: contextual group work practice latent content in work with groups group work in administration cultural sensitivity and diversity in small-group practice group work in other cultures and with immigrant populations feminist group work and unique considerations in work with women’s groups group work with sexually abused children, with incest survivors, and with sexual offenders group work in community centers group work with mentally ill chemical abusers group work use in an innovative 12-step modality Group Work Practice in a Troubled Society provides a wealth of information and ideas for social workers and students of social work who are interested or involved in group work and who wish to learn more about current practice and developments in the field.

Technology And Problem Based Learning

Author : Lorna Uden
ISBN : 9781591407447
Genre : Education
File Size : 67. 59 MB
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"This book is aimed at educators who may be considering introducing problem-based learning and need to know what it involves, its benefits and the practical details of how to implement it"--Provided by publisher.

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