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explain different ways to govern groups

  • teaching -

    Can you explain?

    dictatorially
    autocratically
    democratically
    lackadaisically

  • teaching -

    i'm not sure we are talking about group building and we need to give examples of how to govern groups and i wasn't understanding exactly. does this mean how to set it up and authoritate?

  • teaching -

    Are you talking about cooperative groups in a classroom? Faculty groups for curriculum writing? Or what?

  • teaching -

    I'm not sure "authoritate" (whatever that is) is appropriate. Governing a group can be done any of the ways I listed above. Look them up in a dictionary.

  • teaching -

    cooperative groups

  • teaching -

    Cooperative groups can be governed

    dictatorially
    autocratically
    democratically
    lackadaisically

  • teaching -

    Dictatorially and autocratically are synonyms. What do you mean by each?

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