Collaboration Assessment Guide

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Collaboration Assessment Guide
Please complete this four part guide and submit for the Collaboration Lesson. Part One: Collaboration lesson/task description
Describe the lesson or task you completed collaboratively in a paragraph consisting of five or more sentences. Part Two: Peer and Self Evaluation
Rate each member of the team, including yourself, according to each of the performance criteria below. ·3 = above average
2 = average
1 = below average
Student Names|CooperationListened to and respected others and their opinions|ContributionContributed their fair share to the completion of the task or project; fulfilling their assigned duties|ParticipationConsistently spoke up, attended all meetings, fully participated, stayed on task, and offered relevant information|ResponsibilityCompleted all necessary work adequately and on time without needing reminders|FeedbackOffered appropriate and adequate feedback when necessary| ||||||

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Part Three: Self-Reflection
Respond to the following in two to three sentences each.
What did you enjoy most about working with others on this lesson/task? Explain. How did your team deal with conflict? Explain.
Do you feel others were happy with your participation in the lesson/task? Explain. What will you do differently, if anything, in your next online collaboration opportunity? Explain. Additional comments:

Part Four: Evidence
Provide evidence of collaboration in the space below or in a separate document. Examples of evidence include, but are not limited to, the following: ·Link to the team wiki, blog, Voicethread, or other web 2.0 tool ·Copy and paste below, attach, or provide a screen shot of the discussion thread from the blog, wiki, discussion area, instant message, email, etc. ·Copy and paste or attach team project plan and final project ·Any other specific evidence as listed with the collaboration lesson or task you completed
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