Group Participation: Attends meetings regularly and on time.
Time Management & Responsibility: Accepts fair share of work and reliably completes it by the required time.
Adaptability: Displays or tries to develop a wide range of skills in service of the project‚ readily accepts changed approach or constructive criticism.
Creativity/Originality: Problem-solves when faced with impasses or challenges‚ originates new ideas‚ initiates team decisions.
Communication Skills: Effective in discussions‚ good listener‚ capable presenter‚ proficient at diagramming‚ representing‚ and documenting work.
General Team Skills: Positive attitude‚ encourages and motivates team‚ supports team decisions‚ helps team reach consensus‚ helps resolve conflicts in the group.
Technical Skills: Ability to create and develop materials on own initiative‚ provides technical solutions to problems.
Contribution to Final Product: Report on contributions to final product (be specific) and assess the workload distribution.
3= Better than most of the group in this respect‚ 2= About average for the group in this respect‚ 1= Not as good as most of the group in this respect‚ 0 = No help at all to the group in this respect
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