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  1. Sep 2018
    1. (1) a teacherwho has a vision of the benefit of the process, (2) a careful and clearintroduction and explanation of check-in, and (3) skillful facilitation wheregoals are met, everyone is included, and real concerns are addressed.

      1- see's where it's going. 2-detailed explanation of why it's important. 3- competent follow through that engages everyone

    2. ducators being conscious of power dynamicsin the classroom, as well as the importance of seeing oneself as group mem-ber and a group leader, just as a bass player contributes to the foundationof the music and plays a role as a one of the musicians

      See glossary of group member roles from week one reading.

    3. 01609513.2010.549640The Purpose, Benefits, and Challengesof “Check-in” in a Group-work Class

      Shantih E. Clemans (2011) The Purpose, Benefits, and Challenges of “Check-in” in a Group-work Class, Social Work with Groups, 34:2, 121-140, DOI: 10.1080/01609513.2010.549640