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Todd vatalaro usf 1

  1. 1. Cohort/Small Group Project What to expect when you’re creating the Service Learning Manual
  2. 2. Forming the group  Tuckman’s model Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning
  3. 3. Timeline Timeline will go here….
  4. 4. Stage 1  Forming The first stage of a group’s process is a period of uncertainty where members try to determine their place in the group, the procedures, and the rules.
  5. 5. Forming  Observations Although the group has been together for a year, the introduction of this project made us go through the team development stages again. The addition of a new cohort member changed group dynamics. Roles and groups changed. Our previous experiences with each other allowed us to work constructively with each other.
  6. 6. Forming (continued)  Advice Ask and encourage a lot of questions. Have someone take notes and keep a list of questions to ask the instructor. Determine everyone’s roles for the project. Maintain a positive attitude Address any problems/concerns right away. Make sure everyone is “on board” with every decision. Communicate
  7. 7. Stage 2  Storming The second stage of a group's process is where conflict and confrontation arise.
  8. 8. Storming  Observations No harsh conflicts or arguments arose in cohort Many questions arose, clarifications were needed Questioning and searching for individual roles, responsibilities, control, and influence Jockeying for position to patch individual desires and abilities with tasks that need to be done.
  9. 9. Storming (continued)  Advice 12 months of working together created trust in each other which kept the group more focused on tasks than on personal relationships The better the “forming”, the more constructive the “storming” Communicate
  10. 10. Stage 3  Norming The third stage of a group’s process is where the team (Your Cohort) reaches a consensus on the "To-Be" process. Everyone wants and needs to share the newly found focus
  11. 11. Norming  Observations Enthusiasm and concern are high Members are comfortable sharing ideas, feelings, give and receive feedback More reserved members are frequently asked for their opinions and ideas
  12. 12. Norming (continued)  Advice Try to gain a sense of team cohesion, spirit, and positive energy Gain the ability to express constructive criticism Accept members of the team Establish and maintain ground rules and boundaries The sooner you work out differences among members, the more time and energy you will have for the project Communicate.
  13. 13. Stage 4  Performing The fourth stage of a group’s development is where group members reach a degree of comfort with each other.
  14. 14. Performing  Observations The group is working interdependently at this point Problem solving is done is an open, friendly, coordinated, and cooperative way Roles, goals, and tasks within the group are defined and well established Cohesion within the team is evident because the overall goal is achieving success as a team.
  15. 15. Performing (continued)  Advice The group’s focus should be on the task ahead with an aim at working together productively Maintain and respect each other’s roles. Communicate.
  16. 16. Stage 5  Adjourning The fifth and last stage of team development is when the group disbands or the project is completed.
  17. 17. What we learned

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