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The idea for the FLIP learning is to review this page prior to either the classroom or on-line discussion to prepare yourself.



Step 1: Discuss with each other:  


1. What do I bring to the team?

2. What are our commitments to one another?

3. What differences exist between us?
4. How will we operate?

5. How will we know we are succeeding?                                                  

Forming the team      Team Charter:

It spells out the team’s mission, scope of operation, objectives, consequences, and, if applicable, time frame


Time management


Listening skills

Assessment & Reflection…   Seeing the good in all of us.  May not love the person, but they are a human being  

Communication Skills

Make your teammate successful.


Create a Culture:  Norms, Language, Symbols, Rituals, Values


Description of training:  How are we going to work together?  What do I bring to the team?  Similarities to Sports Team

Step 2: Reading  
People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.

   Vince Lombardi

Life Skills...Values

Review the elements of Social justice:  (leaving the world a better place than you found it)  Curiosity, Positive Outlook, Executive Functions and Relationship Skills
 File   Developing a team culture (Values, Norms )
Character skills
Support System






Step 3:  Watch Video


50 min  Here’s an excellent video Culture in an organization  https://youtu.be/RfWgVWGEuGE
2.09 min

Building an Effective Team: Creating a Productive and Efficient Group


3.5 min

Creating a Professional Learning Community at Work: Foundational Concepts and Practices

5 Min.

How do you define a learning organization? by Peter Senge, Author of The Fifth Discipline

3.37 min

Leadership - Engage your Team - Create a Culture of Engagement

2.4 min

Learning TEAMS: Why They Are Important To Your Future

TED Talk

10 min

The Power of Team Learning | Kaisu Tuominiemi | TEDxBarcelonaED

Build a tower, build a team | Tom Wujec

"marshmallow problem" -- a simple team-building exercise that involves dry spaghetti, one yard of tape and a marshmallow. Who can build the tallest tower with these ingredients? And why does a surprising group always beat the average?











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