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GEB Guide to Conducting Case Analyses—Spring Page of Self-Evaluation
Feedback is a critical component for effective learning. Most courses use only one type of
feedback: teacher to student. However, an equally beneficial form of feedback is self-evaluation.
The process of self-evaluation helps you to critically reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of
your own work, plus it can assist the teacher in understanding where you feel comfortable and
uncomfortable. In essence, it turns the feedback process into a two-way conversation between the
student and the teacher.
To achieve this, you will complete a self-evaluation form for every case analysis you conduct this
semester, as well as for all parts of the team case (in this instance, the team will complete the
form). This form (see sample on page 8) is available on my GEB 6895 handouts page
(opal.fgcu.edu/cfornaci/geb6895h.html). You must submit this completed form as a separate
document, via e-mail, with each analysis you submit. I will not look at the form until after I have
graded your case.
I will not grade your self-evaluation, nor does your self-evaluation count towards your case grade.
However, a case submitted without an accompanying completed self-evaluation form will be
treated as late and will be subject to the same procedures for late work as discussed in the
I will return a copy of your completed form with your graded case. In many instances, the form
will enable us to check your perception of your work against my perception of your work. On
occasion, I may adjust your grade upward (but never downward) based on your own evaluation—I
am under no obligation to do so, but your evaluation may alert me to what you perceive to be a
strength or a weakness of your case that I did not see in my own examination of your work. At
the minimum, the feedback form represents another channel for you and I to discuss your efforts. ______________________________________________________________________
GEB Guide to Conducting Case Analyses—Spring Page of GEB 6895/MG 780-FG Case Self-Evaluation Form
A) Briefly describe what you believe to be the three greatest strengths of your analysis and why.
1) 2) 3) B) Briefly describe what you believe to be the three areas of your analysis that could be
improved upon and why.
1) 2) 3) C) Please write the number grade (0-100) you think you deserve on this case and provide a
qualitative justification (not an effort-based justification) for why you believe you deserved
this grade. ______________________________________________________________________
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2014 for the course MGT 300 taught by Professor Stevenson during the Spring '10 term at Golden Gate.
- Spring '10