EDL Ref#4 - EDL 301 Reflection #4 Tuckmanns model for group...

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EDL 301 Reflection #4 Tuckmann’s model for group development is a great model to use to see if your group dynamics are developing in the way that they should. I feel that after reading this article, you can compare this model to any type of group and they all follow these steps in similar ways. Looking at the staff dynamics of MacCracken Hall, I can compare us to this model and identify all of the steps that we have gone through. When we first moved in back in August was when MacCracken staff started our forming stage. We were all just meeting each other for the first or second time. We were trying to get to know each other and find a comfort zone during this time. This was also during training when we spent a lot of time together and were dependent upon each other. Storming is the next stage that the MacCracken Hall staff went through. There were a lot of little details, such as collateral jobs, that we had to get sorted out. Another was picking our duty nights and weekends. Luckily, both of these were easily done. All
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course EDL 301 taught by Professor Various during the Fall '10 term at Miami University.

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EDL Ref#4 - EDL 301 Reflection #4 Tuckmanns model for group...

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