Feedback Processes in Classroom Groups
by Murray Horwitz - 1960
In this chapter, I shall elaborate a set of ideas about how to organize groups in order to insure their continuing development or learning. These ideas, which were developed by Kurt Lewin, assume the necessity for making special efforts to keep in touch with "reality" if group learning is to occur. The principles of group organization, which are based on this over-all assumption, involve the use of "feedback" or "action research" procedures in groups.
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