The Army has long recognized the necessity for teamwork to achieve mission
success in tactical operations. As a result, unit training programs are
designed to build on the notion that teamwork reduces the adverse impact
of individual weaknesses and capitalizes on the collective strengths of
the entire unit, whether it be a team, squad, platoon, or larger
element. The use of SGI brings this same notion to the classroom.
be an effective small group leader, you must learn the small group
instructional methods and actively participate in the small group
session to practice and reinforce lesson reading and supporting
The Course requirements are:
Apply the information on SGI presented in the
lessons and readings.
Participate in your small groups as a group member.
Present a lesson from the course.
Adapt your own lesson materials to an appropriate
SGI method and give the lesson in your group as your final exam.
Evaluate your peers and your group using the
Evaluate the effectiveness of the course in
achieving the objectives.
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