Learning Team Charter - ETH 321.docx

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School of Business Learning Team Charter for 300-400-level courses School of Business - Version 1.0 1 Learning Team Charter – ETH / 321 Team X Overview A learning team is defined as a group of individuals who work to accomplish mutual goals and output (University of Phoenix, 2014). Throughout your academic journey, you will have an opportunity to engage in learning that will support you in developing skills associated with the University Learning Goals of collaboration, communication, critical thinking and problem solving, information utilization, and competence and professional values. Learning teams involve group participation and discussions; however, the outcome is for the team to submit one deliverable in which every member of the team contributes. While a grade is awarded to each team member, not all team members receive the same grade as grades are awarded based upon the contributions of the team member. Your faculty member will assign learning teams as students will work together to submit Learning Team assignment(s). Reference University of Phoenix (2014). Learning team toolkit : Team basics. University of Phoenix Library. May 2016
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School of Business Learning Team Charter for 300-400-level courses School of Business - Version 1.0 2 Instructions Complete the Team Member Contact Information, Learning Team Assignment Project Plan by Week, and Team Expectations tables. Each team member should participate in the discussion and completion of each section of the Learning Team Charter. This assignment is worth 5 points. Team Member Contact Information Name Phone Time Zone Availability during Week Additional Non- Student Email Contributed to Completion of the Charter?
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  • Fall '14
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