Peer Evaluation Procedure
You are responsible for evaluating each member (other than yourself) of your work group. Please do what the instructions request.
This evaluation is very important because the dollar outcomes, when evaluated for consensus, will generate a multiplier or factor that will determine your project grade relative to your team members.
Evaluate members of your group (but NOT YOURSELF). There may or may not be the right number of spaces. Use just the lines you need.
A. List all of your group members EXCEPT yourself on lines 1-5.
B. Count the number of lines on which names are listed (e.g., 4, 5, 6, etc.)
C. Multiply that number by $100.
D. Using that dollar total (i.e., $400 or $500), distribute that amount among group members according to your assessment of their value during and contribution to the project. You may “pay” any amount to a group member, according to your assessment of their value to the project relative to the other members, BUT each amount paid to a member must differ from the amount paid to any other member by at least $5. Obviously you may pay a member more or less than $100. However, no one may receive an amount within $5 of another. Clearly, the bottom total should be in even hundreds and = to the amount from C. (Add it up twice!)
E. Include any explanatory comments or additional information that you think have a bearing on a particular member’s performance and/or your evaluation of that member.
Your input is strictly confidential and will be known only to me.
Each person must submit a peer evaluation on the day you turn in your final group project paper. If you do not submit a useable peer evaluation, you will not receive any peer evaluation points.
Group Member Evaluation Form
Your Name: _____________________________________________________________
Your Group: _____________________________________________________________...
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