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INDIVIDUAL EFFORT EVALUATION FOR DESIGN TEAM YOUR NAME: TEAM: This is an evaluation of your team members’ efforts toward completing/fulfilling the goals of the ME4201 mini-project team. You should evaluate every member of you team except for yourself. Sign your name at the bottom. The evaluation system that you must use is as follows: Excellent Consistently went above and beyond what was necessary. Served as a teacher or tutor for others on the team. Very Good Consistently did what was necessary. Exceptionally well prepared and cooperative. Always completed agreed upon assignments by agreed upon deadlines. Satisfactory Usually did what was necessary. Acceptably well prepared and cooperative. Practically always completed agreed upon assignments by agreed upon deadlines. Ordinary Often did what was necessary. Minimally well prepared and cooperative. Marginal Sometimes failed to show up or complete agreed upon assignments, rarely
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Unformatted text preview: well prepared. Deficient Often failed to show up or complete agreed upon assignments, rarely prepared. Unsatisfactory Consistently failed to show up or complete agreed upon assignments, unprepared. Superficial Practically no participation in the teams accomplishments. No Show No participation in the teams accomplishments. Your evaluation should reflect level of participation and effort and sense of responsibility; you are not judging academic ability or achievement. The Team as a Whole Teams ability to work together Teams progress toward meeting its objectives and achieving its goals Teams ability to accomplish more than the sum of its individuals Individuals Name of Team Member Willingness to Work Actual Output Team Player Overall Your Signature: Date:...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course ME ME2004 taught by Professor Dr.yuen during the Spring '10 term at NYU Poly.

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