3-1 - Sit with your Lab Section Div/Sec 02/01 03/01 04/01...

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Sit with your Lab Section Div/Sec Day/Time Location in Class 02/01 Th 9:30 Closest Third to the door 03/01 Th 3:30 Middle Third (both sides of aisle) 04/01 Fr 3:30 Farthest Third from door
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Model Eliciting Activities (p. 34 in notes) back by popular demand: Prof. Oakes, P.E.
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Announcements Complete Team Decision-Making Module by Thursday Use homework cover sheet and format See homework format in Blackboard— deductions start on HW 3 Bring course notes to lab Other tutorials like the cell addressing coming
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Announcements Please complete team formation survey Link to  https://www.catme.org  sent by email  from CATME Team Tools If you delete it, go to the site, click “Forgot  Password”, and enter your full Purdue email  address to get access
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Lab Rep Sign Up – Try 2 Qualifications: Enrolled in Prof. Oakes’s ENGR 126 class Not planning to drop Prof. Oakes’ ENGR 126 class anytime soon Willing and able to speak to classmates in lab Willing and able to meet with Prof. Oakes at 8:00 a.m. Mondays about 5 times in the semester
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Team Roles—from reading in notes Role structure helps organize the team Roles rotated for learning and fairness Groups explain in your own words each role: – Meeting Coordinator ( NOT  the boss!) – Recorder – Timekeeper – Encourager / gatekeeper – Devil’s Advocate It doesn’t make sense for us to read the notes to you
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CPS: What is the role of the Timekeeper? A. Recording the time associated with all data  collected in lab B. Keeping track of when members arrive for  meetings C. Setting the time of meetings and reserving a  room D. Making sure team meetings follow the  agenda E. Keeping a list of project deadlines and  progress toward those deadlines
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Learning Objectives Define “model” Describe the model development process and  consider parallels to the problem-solving process Describe basic features of a model-eliciting  activity (MEA) List the characteristics of a high quality MEA  solution Describe your role and your TAs’ roles during the  lab portion of an MEA
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