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Seeking Help From Others and Group Decision Making

Format: Classroom

Lesson Objective

Students often think no one else has experience problems they are facing or that they have to solve their problem in isolation.

What the student should know at the end of the session

Given time group decision are usually better than individual decisions

Suggested teaching method

Demonstration

Suggested material needed to teach subject

A twenty question quiz that covers sports, entertainment, politics and history. Let a couple of students take the quiz by themselves. Let a group of four or more students with diverse skill sets take the test as a group.

Key items or concepts that the lesson covers

The value of teamwork and diversity of thought

Author: Howard Corey

Overview & Purpose: What the student should know at the end of the session Given time group decision are usually better than individual decisions
Objectives: Lesson Objective Students often think no one else has experience problems they are facing or that they have to solve their problem in isolation.
Teaching Method: Demonstration
Materials Needed: A twenty question quiz that covers sports, entertainment, politics and history. Let a couple of students take the quiz by themselves. Let a group of four or more students with diverse skill sets take the test as a group.
Prepared By: Greg Cummings