LEARNING TEAM EVALUATION - 1. What are the most important...

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EARNING TEAM EVALUATION oursE: acc/280 ate __11 /20/2010 ___________ USING THE SCALE BELOW, INDIVIDUALLY RATE EACH MEMBER OF YOUR LEARNING TEAM, INCLUDING YOURSELF. 1 = Strongly Disagree 2 = Disagree 3 = Agree 4 = Strongly Agree NAME OF LEARNING TEAM MEMBER: Fransheska Revilla Marian Marquez Reinaldo Perez Luis Maymi PREPARATION Research, reading, and  assignment complete 4 4 4 ATTENDANCE On-time and stayed  for duration 4 4 4 PARTICIPATION Contributed best  academic ability 4 4 4 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS Positive and productive 4 4 4 BETWEEN MEETING COMMUNICATION Initiated and responded  appropriately 4 4 4 OVERALL CONTRIBUTIO N SCORE: 20 20 20 Revised July, 2003
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Unformatted text preview: 1. What are the most important concepts you have learned from the Learning Team experience? The most important concepts that we learn is that working together makes the work or tasks much easier it helps to organize the work with much more precision than working alone 2. How will you use this learning to improve both personally and professionally? It will help me prepare myself to choose equals or better teammates. Professionally each of us has a different talent that makes this team better. The support that we provide each other helps us overcome the assessments of each week. Revised July, 2003...
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This note was uploaded on 07/06/2011 for the course MARKETING 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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