Tuckman's Theory (Five-Stage Model of Group Development)

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Educational Psychologist Bruce Tuckman's five-stage model of group development (Tuckman, 1965; Tuckman & Jensen, 1977). A theoretical analysis of the regularities groups exhibit as they change over time.

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Definition: A theoretical analysis of the regularities groups exhibit as they change over time that identifies 5 stages of development: orientation (forming), conflict (storming), structure (norming), performance (performing), and dissolution (adjourning) (identified and labeled by educational psychologist Bruce Tuckman). Forming: Members orient to one another Storming: Conflicts occur Norming: Group becomes structured and standards emerge Performing: Focus on work to be done Adjourning: Disbandment

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