Tuckman’s Model in Plain English

So, we just finished up our capsule on Tuckman’s Model of group formation. After creating my own picture chart to represent the model and seeing the projects of my classmates, I was better able to understand how groups form and the stages that we go through. Some pretty interesting stuff, as usual. I find myself to be a very visual learner (always have been) so when I’m trying to understand something, I like to see pictures or videos. That being said, I found this short video, “Tuckman’s Model in Plain English”. Have you ever seen the Plain English videos in the past? If you haven’t, they’re worth looking up if you ever need something broken down for you or your students. Common Craft (videos in Plain English site).


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