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Organization  Development Sharon Glazer, Ph.D. San Jose State University
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Plan for Week 1 Setting Expectations Review Syllabus and Finalize Grading Scheme Introduction to Organization Development Simulation 1.2 Meet Client and Ask Questions Choose Project Managers Complete unfinished business (above); Prepare  for Week 2
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Setting Expectations Variation on BH Simulation 1.2 Students: What are students’ expectations of me? See Notes Professor: What are my expectations of students? See Notes Clarifying roles: Who am I to you? 
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Finalize Grading Scheme Option 1: weekly quizzes with 2 lowest grades  dropped, no Questions, Comments, or  Criticisms (QCCs) submitted Option 2: 2 exams + QCCs Option 3: 4 pop quizzes (2 highest grades  count; i.e., drop two lowest grades) + QCCs Option 4: make up your own ideas for  examination
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Note Differences in  Perspectives Is there a right or wrong? Can we reach a compromise? Will everyone be happy? Will each solution lead to engagement for each  person? Can you reach each person?
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Option 1: weekly quizzes 2 lowest  grades dropped, no QCCs; PROS We can gauge our progress throughout the semester; weekly  feedback/grade More structured than QCCs  Forces you to stay on top of the readings and be prepared  for class If you fail 1 you can still do well in class, unlike exams  Keep class engaged and studying the material each week.  Drop our 2 lowest grades; each week is an opportunity to do  better
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Option 1: Pros A missed class may not be negatively affect student  grade Helps me to learn the most, by really looking at what  we learned every week and making sense out of it Get the most out of lectures and readings by doing it  this way.  QCCs are always important in helping us look critically  at our readings. Get a feel of what is expected of you and you can do  your best at it.
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Option 1: Pros Facilitates the most learning.  Likely read everything and learn more  Won’t cram in multiple chapters before tests Absorb the most  Provides a fair way of testing our knowledge  Grade depends on whether or not you read the material
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Option 1: Cons Answer topics you choose to assess us on from the readings  instead of us discussing topics we want to address from the  readings Can be time consuming, since we only meet once a week  that’s valuable class time being used (depending on how long  the quizzes are)
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