ENGR131_FA10_purzer_class2a

ENGR131_FA10_purzer_class2a - Section No. 010 Prof. Purzer...

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Unformatted text preview: Section No. 010 Prof. Purzer and GTA Masaki Kakoi Class 2a 2A Giselle Kim Joey Tom Natasha Krishna Michael Noah As we watch the next several clips, consider the following: How did this team work together compared to the Design Squad teams? How did their design approach differ? Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUazVjvsMHs Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_civr9fr4iw Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zddv5Bv7da8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M66ZU2PCIcM Detailed links below Information gathering not sit at desk, Challenge thinking, Human-centered, Teams report back with info demonstrate what learned, Make sure all voices represented, celebrate their progress, one conversation at a time, restrain criticism, build on wild ideas, Quick sketches of ideas as a way to communicate, FOCUSED chaos, Vote with post- its (cool and buildable), its the team that judges, enlightened trial and error over lone genius, Monitor and refocus deep dive (drifting), Delegate to do mock-ups Fail often in order to succeed sooner Playful environment 4 What were your observations of team interactions? What was different from Design Squad teams? How were roles assigned? How did they communicate ideas? How did they make decisions? Test re-test vs. modeling Awareness of Team Dynamics 5 stages of team formation Strategies for Positive Team Interactions Awareness of personal impact on team interactions Roles, agendas, action lists, issue bins, etc. Code of Cooperation Establish norms, rewards & sanctions We will cover Code of Cooperation next class once you have been assigned your permanent team. Forming (orientation) On best behavior, "getting to know you" phase - tentative, polite Storming (conflict) Criticism, conflict, poor attendance, hostility, polarization, coalition forming Norming (cohesion) Agreement on procedures, role definition, revise Code of Cooperation, more we Performing (performance) Decision making, problem solving, mutual cooperation, task orientation Adjourning (dissolution) Sad goodbyes, leaving a legacy If your team is stuck at this level define roles Use your Code of Cooperation (write) Class Discussion POSITIVE BEHAVIORS Elaborate ideas Clarify / Explain Encourage Empathize Mediate Test ideas Provide /evaluate information NEGATIVE BEHAVIORS Withdraw Fight Dominate Manipulate Excessive socializing Jump to conclusions Groupthink Team Interactions in Engineering Design Goal Actions- Did the team establish a common understanding of the goals in the beginning and refer back to goals for clarification during the meeting?...
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ENGR131_FA10_purzer_class2a - Section No. 010 Prof. Purzer...

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