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- Reese Brown
- Applies previously gained programming knowledge to complete tasks. Accomplishes tasks quickly by using extensive knowledge base. Adds little, if anything, to team assignments. Talks about the need to get good grades by turning in quality work. Often makes statements implying the team will fail the assignment. Writes checklists that keep the team focused. Identifies weaknesses in the team's developments. Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Displays nonverbal signs of frustration, disinterest, or contempt towards working with others on the team.
- Dylan Hall
- Often makes statements implying the team will fail the assignment. Gives constructive feedback. Records team progress and tasks remaining. Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done. Displays nonverbal signs of frustration, disinterest, or contempt towards working with others on the team. Shows up late, if at all, to team meetings. Completes all assigned tasks on time. Relies on extensive computer skills to complete team assignments. Completes the required mathematical operations due to having the expected mathematical skills for this course.
- Shea Moore
- Usually reads and double-checks the work before submitting it. Questions things to ensure that processes are the best they can be. Encourages the team members to stay on the tasks. Gives constructive feedback. Sits idly in team meetings. Turns in acceptable, but not outstanding, work. Listens to everyone's opinions. Relies on extensive computer skills to complete team assignments.
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