Unformatted text preview: group, share decision -making and leadership roles, keep the communication channels open and free, build trust among members, respect one another's views even when you disagree (put-downs are never helpful!), and learn how resolve conflicts without ignoring them. These are not easy skills to master but they will prove exceedingly valuable, not just in this course, but in your future careers. In the world of work, how well you work with your peers is as important a quality as what you know. You should use the group work in this course to help you learn the material better as well as learn these vital collaborative skills....
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- Fall '09
- Skill, 2006 singles, What You Know, Breed Groups, smoothly working group, good group interactions