Forming Effective Teams and Groups

1 Step in the Process:

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6 thoughts on “Forming Effective Teams and Groups

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  2. MIa,
    I’ve been pinning your work like crazy this evening. I can’t thank you enough for all the wonderful resources you have created.

    While looking through your posts I saw the entry on your green screen search and recognized a place near and dear to my heart. I think we may be in or around the same city!

    Thanks again for all you are sharing.
    Best,
    Tricia

    • Thanks so much. I got an email this week criticizing them…. I know they are simple. I am simple… Education is simple… I hope I can encourage simple people to continue on.
      ~Mia

      • Hi Mia,
        I’m sorry to hear that people are criticizing your work. My preservice teachers need simple and easy to understand. They are so overwhelmed by all the ideas we share that they need some way to organize them. I think your infographics help them meet this need.

        Best,
        Tricia

  3. Reblogged this on Rhondda's Reflections – wandering around the Web and commented:
    I have been working teachers and their year 7 students. They have been working in literature circle groups and others on some research activities.
    It is interesting watching the dynamics and how different groups and classes perform their tasks. It is easy to put students into groups but creating effective student groups takes abit more work.

    I liked the following infographic by Mia MacMeekin as it offers a few ideas to help assist teachers to make groups more productive but still student led. I aslo think that the range of the ideas is partucularly useful as “one-size never fits all.”

  4. Pingback: 6 ideas for Forming Effective Student Teams and Groups | Rhondda's Reflections - wandering around the Web

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