Attribution Theory and Collaboration

Bernard Weiner established "attribution theory" in 1985 as a framework of making sense of individuals responses to group dynamics and group output. Weiner asked participants of group work to account for the success or failure of the group, and following are four examples of the kinds of statements individuals made about their group, which I …

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Getting to No: Building True Collegiality in Schools

An article by Robert Evans Summary Evans begins by setting us in the context that collaborative skills are recognised as necessary in most schools in North America, and a necessary part of 21st century skills, citing David Sousa and Carol Tomlinson's work "Differentiation and Brain: How Neuroscience Supports the Learner Friendly Classroom",  and a necessary …

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