Ch 4: MTLE Business: Group Skills & Behavior

About This Chapter

Boost your knowledge of group skills and behavior by exploring the engaging video lessons in this chapter. Short quizzes are available to gauge your understanding as you prepare to take the MTLE Business assessment.

MTLE Business: Group Skills & Behavior - Chapter Summary

Studying for the MTLE Business assessment could require you to revisit concepts you haven't explored in awhile. Get reacquainted with group skills and behavior by watching lessons that enable you to:

  • Identify qualities of group members
  • Define group dynamics and the theory behind these processes
  • Give and respond to constructive feedback in a work environment
  • Explain how to manage and resolve conflict in organizations
  • Discuss group behavior, its benefits and potential pitfalls

This chapter helps you avoid the challenging process of compiling the correct study materials for the exam. You can simply review the short video lessons to gain greater insight into group skills and behavior, and ask any questions about lessons to our experts.

MTLE Business: Group Skills & Behavior Chapter Objectives

This MTLE Business: Group Skills & Behavior chapter covers topics found in the business organization and management subarea, which constitutes about 29% of Subtest 1. In addition to watching videos, you can access full transcripts with vocabulary words that can help deepen your understanding of the lessons. Before, during or after reviewing the lessons, feel free to test your comprehension of group skills and behavior by taking self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam.

The MTLE assessment is broken into two subtests that can be taken together or separately. Both subtests consist of 50 multiple-choice questions and require minimum passing scores of 240. Use the resources in this chapter to improve your chances of success on the assessment. Doing so can help you secure the licensure needed to teach business to Minnesota students in grades 5-12.

5 Lessons in Chapter 4: MTLE Business: Group Skills & Behavior
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Qualities of Group Members: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

1. Qualities of Group Members: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Groups have a lot of dynamics, and in many ways, those dynamics are made up of the members in the group. Each member brings different knowledge, skills and abilities to the group, and in this lesson, we will address those three key areas.

What Are Group Dynamics? - Definition & Theory

2. What Are Group Dynamics? - Definition & Theory

Learn about group dynamics and the theory behind understanding these processes. Learn about the factors that affect group dynamics with some real-life examples.

Giving and Responding to Constructive Feedback

3. Giving and Responding to Constructive Feedback

Giving and receiving feedback in a work environment allows individuals to understand how they are performing in their job. There are suggestions that individuals can follow to better understand how to deal with criticism.

Conflict Resolution: Managing Conflict in Organizations

4. Conflict Resolution: Managing Conflict in Organizations

Conflict can be solved in many ways. This lesson provides an overview of the different types of conflict resolution strategies, including avoidance, accommodation, competition, compromise, and collaboration.

Group Behavior in Social Psychology: Definition & Influences

5. Group Behavior in Social Psychology: Definition & Influences

Do individuals behave differently in groups than they would on their own? How do group dynamics affect our decision-making skills? You'll learn about the benefits and potential pitfalls than can come from belonging to a group.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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