Team DescriptionsRemember that you will be able to view any of these descriptions during the activity simply by rolling your mouse over each student's name.
- Kendall Hill
- Applies previous knowledge of computer programs to tasks. Does not try to learn the skills needed to complete the task. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Talks about the need to get good grades by turning in quality work. Finds a way to get the team back on track regardless of what else is occurring. Records team progress and tasks remaining. Involves everyone in discussions. Communicates well with the other team members. Always offers ideas about how to complete tasks, no matter what the task is. Completes the tasks needed.
- Reese Jackson
- Able to use base knowledge of computers in some assignments. Accomplishes tasks quickly by using extensive knowledge base. Listens to everyone. Displays nonverbal signs of frustration, disinterest, or contempt towards working with others on the team. Does not follow up with team members about tasking to ensure understanding. Generates new ideas to improve the team's assignment that the rest of the team had not thought of. Does an equal share of the work. Often makes statements implying the team will fail the assignment. Encourages team to check work for errors.
- Quinn Jones
- Questions things to ensure that processes are the best they can be. Invests time to ensure the team is doing the job well. Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Ignores other team members' ideas and opinions. Writes checklists that keep the team focused. Reminds team of deadlines to help encourage the completion of tasks. Comes up with important ideas during team brainstorming. Completes all assigned tasks on time. Uses computer skills to help solve some problems. Expresses frustration when trying to complete tasks that require task-specific knowledge and skills.
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