Demonstrate ability to work effectively and respectfully with diverse teams.
Exercise flexibility and willingness to be helpful in making necessary compromises to accomplish a common goal.
Assume shared responsibility for collaborative work, and value the individual contributions made by each team member.
Work productively in teams for sustained periods of time to develop high-quality products.
Student Learning Targets:
Skills (Performance) Targets
Exemplary and Exceeds Proficiency
Shows excitement about the task at hand; inspires and motivates the group.
Frequently produces large quantities of high-quality individual work; connects this work to the work of others in ways that improve the group’s overall work.=Always uses safe and ethical practices when communicating electronically.
Regularly employs a wide range of project management strategies that enhance the group’s effectiveness (e.g., creates timelines, identifies or sets goals, prioritizes and allocates tasks, organizes resource-gathering, monitors progress, and keeps group on task).
Accepts responsibilities with a positive attitude.
Assists others as needed; values opinions and skills of all group members.
Is often well-prepared for group work; completes all individual action items on time.
Submits high-quality products; regularly meets specifications for assigned tasks.
Consistently and accurately prioritizes and monitors individual and team progress toward goals, making sufficient corrections and adjustment when needed.
Shows a willingness to accept responsibilities.
Is sometimes hesitant to help others in need.
Is sometimes well-prepared for group work; completes some individual action items on time.
Products may be lacking in quality; periodically, but not consistently, meets specifications for assigned tasks.
Sometimes shows evidence of monitoring individual and team progress toward goals and prioritizing; periodically makes adjustments based on status of collaborative work.
Accepts responsibilities with hesitation.
Is unwilling to help others in need.
Is rarely well-prepared for group work; consistently submits work late.
Performs work that is often not related or is unimportant to the assignment; submits work that is incomplete and does not meet specifications for assigned task.
Focuses on his/her work in isolation; frequently ignores or misunderstands the goals of the group and the roles individual members play in producing quality collaborative work.