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Group Work


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1 Govt. College, Tigaon
2 SCE, M.D.U.
     

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In this paper, we will first briefly describe what may be understood by the terms `group`, and `group work‟, their significance and the skills required to make group work successful and effective. We will then look at Tuck man‟s theory of group stage development and the further developments done in the stages, describing each stage. Another related issue that arises in academic group work is that of evaluation, so we will be reflecting on group work&assessments specifically peer &self assessment. We will then look at benefits and challenges of Group work.
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Sunil Sharma
Govt. College, Tigaon
Rasna Solanki
SCE, M.D.U.

Abstract


In this paper, we will first briefly describe what may be understood by the terms `group`, and `group work‟, their significance and the skills required to make group work successful and effective. We will then look at Tuck man‟s theory of group stage development and the further developments done in the stages, describing each stage. Another related issue that arises in academic group work is that of evaluation, so we will be reflecting on group work&assessments specifically peer &self assessment. We will then look at benefits and challenges of Group work.

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