Sociopsychological Processes of Group Instruction
by Jack R. Gibb - 1960
In the long run, structure tends to follow function. Processes tend to develop structures, and classroom structures take on some degree of permanence. Certain relationships tend to develop among the processes that go on in the group. These processes of the classroom group are dynamic; they may be inferred by the teacher from observations of process or from measurements of structure; and they are probably related to the effectiveness of the instructional group.
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