Start by Sitting Together
When Pausch has the opportunity to work with a team, he imagines them sitting down together at a table with a deck of cards. He wants to lay all of his cards on the table, face up, and ask the group what they can do together with the hand he has laid out for them. Working together effectively is a vital skill both at work and in families. Pausch uses his classroom projects to teach his students this life skill.
Teaching his students how to improve their group dynamics has become a kind of obsession for Pausch, and each semester he...
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