The Psychology of Rule Breaking
Creating a Culture of Compliance
by Daniel Sachau, PH.D.
Why do employees break rules? Why don’t warnings, threats or lectures work? What can supervisors do to encourage compliance? This book is about the psychological mechanisms of rule breaking and compliance. The book will help supervisors diagnose the causes and consequences of rule breaking; shape the environment so threats, bribes and warnings are unnecessary; use social pressure to your advantage; “sell” rules to employees; spot employees who are likely to break the rules, and create a culture of compliance.
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Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning:
Best Practices and Principles for Instructors
by Andrea Lassiter, PH.D. and Kara Orvis, PH.D.
Decades of research have shown that student collaboration in groups doesn't just happen; rather it needs to be a deliberate process facilitated by the instructor. Promoting collaboration in virtual learning environments presents a variety of challenges.
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Best Practices & Principles for Instructors answers the demand for a thorough resource on techniques to facilitate effective collaborative learning in virtual environments. This book provides must-have information on the role of the instructor in computer-supported collaborative learning, real-world perspectives on virtual learning group collaboration, and supporting learning group motivation.