Chapter one: Group dynamics

Chapter two: Experiential learning

Chapter three: Group goals, social independence, and trust

In this chapter a number of concepts are defined and
discussed. The major ones are the following list. Students should divide into
pairs. Each pair is to be (a) define each concept, noting the page on which it
is defined and discussed, and (b) ensure that both members understand its
meaning.

In short, Knowing group dynamics theory and having
small-group skills can change your life. They can make you more employable and
lead to greater career success. They can improve your friendships. They can
lead to more caring and loving family relationships and greater competence as
parents. They can promote greater psychological health and an increased ability
to cope with stress and adversity.

Chapter one: Group dynamics

Chapter two: Experiential learning

Chapter three: Group goals, social independence, and trust

In this chapter a number of concepts are defined and
discussed. The major ones are the following list. Students should divide into
pairs. Each pair is to be (a) define each concept, noting the page on which it
is defined and discussed, and (b) ensure that both members understand its
meaning.

In short, Knowing group dynamics theory and having
small-group skills can change your life. They can make you more employable and
lead to greater career success. They can improve your friendships. They can
lead to more caring and loving family relationships and greater competence as
parents. They can promote greater psychological health and an increased ability
to cope with stress and adversity.

Chapter one: Group dynamics

Chapter two: Experiential learning

Chapter three: Group goals, social independence, and trust

In this chapter a number of concepts are defined and
discussed. The major ones are the following list. Students should divide into
pairs. Each pair is to be (a) define each concept, noting the page on which it
is defined and discussed, and (b) ensure that both members understand its
meaning.

In short, Knowing group dynamics theory and having
small-group skills can change your life. They can make you more employable and
lead to greater career success. They can improve your friendships. They can
lead to more caring and loving family relationships and greater competence as
parents. They can promote greater psychological health and an increased ability
to cope with stress and adversity.