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- Harley Allen
- Adds input to the team assignments. Adds ideas to projects that make the work better. Relies on extensive computer skills to complete team assignments. Applies previously gained programming knowledge to complete tasks. Distracts the other team members by talking about topics that have nothing to do with the task. Encourages the team members to stay on the tasks. Invests time to ensure the team is doing the job well. Makes statements indicating a greater concern for just getting done rather than ensuring a quality job. Listens to everyone. Asks everyone to contribute ideas so everyone's voice is heard during team meetings.
- Quinn King
- Does an equal share of the work. Generates ideas that help the team. Keeps track of deadlines and holds team members to those deadlines to ensure the project is completed in the time allotted. Ensures that things get done by asking if each member understands the tasks that they need to accomplish. Cheers on teammates. Shares ideas openly with fellow team members. Uses relevant math skills. Relies on extensive computer skills to complete team assignments. Encourages team to check work for errors. Questions things to ensure that processes are the best they can be.
- Phoenix Lopez
- Respects other team members' opinions. Often encourages teammates' thoughts and opinions. Able to use base knowledge of computers in some assignments. Shows skills in areas where the rest of the team does not have them. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Talks about the need to get good grades by turning in quality work. Never reads the material prior to meeting. Turns in acceptable, but not outstanding, work. Does not give feedback on a problem unless someone else addresses a concern first. Helps the team think of issues that have been overlooked.