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List 2 strategies Dr Plecky uses to form group TimeDedication- The longer the practice the less dedicated leave the group Expectations- He expects a lot from them and forces them to acknowledge their worth and possibility Did he choose the right students Why Yes he choose the smartest and most dedicated students However because he based smart on gpas many smart kids who dont excel because they are bored could have been not considered Academic Teams v Athletic Students view academics as work not fun I would do posters flyers and possibly scholarship opportunities through fundraising I would also try to involve the whole school with the team by having a fun assembly maybe a mock game show- jeopardy ect Make the school involved through a contest or tryouts with an award incentive Was this a good team Why Yes because a team has ultimate trust and can stick together under high pressure Who was the guiltiest in cheating The real party to be held at fault is those that held the competition They had an office at a school-they should be neutral Also the fact that tax money is not equally distributed among schools but rather by wealth of that community it makes education separate but equal Had both schools had equal funding there would have been no excuse to cheat How do you eliminate someone and minimize that experience -Offer them a more distant role with the group- running errands or whatever- lessen their positioninvolvement -Make the decision to eliminate someone a consensus in the group and force the group to stick together on reaching it -Eliminate them but later discussreview what is expected of members and what that individual was lacking in In other words dont make other members feel they too are at a risk of being eliminated and that it was based on performance not personality
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