A Vision for Effective Group Dynamics

I’ve been doing some work on resources related to group work and have been impressed yet again by the amount of scholarship being done on groups both in classrooms and online. Faculty use and study groups in virtually every field. And as a sidebar, I will yet again point out the largely discipline-based focus of the work. As someone who regularly looks at research across disciplines, I can say with certainty that we have more to learn about groups from each other than we can learn by looking exclusively at what’s being done in one field or closely related ones.

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