AP2100pre-semester questionnaire

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1. Why do you like or dislike working in groups? (Click on the drop-down list.) 2. Describe any other advantages or disadvantages to group work than those listed in #1. 3. Briefly describe an example of an experience you have had with group work while at STLCOP (you do not need to give me the course or the students with whom you worked). Be sure to include your role, and explain how well the group worked together. 4. Based on past experiences where you formed your own groups and/or where an instructor formed them for you, would you prefer that I make the groups, or would you prefer that students make their own groups? Explain, as appropriate. If you were to choose, who would be the three people with whom you would prefer to work? 5. The following are typical roles found within each group and a description of each.
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Unformatted text preview: Please indicate which one of these roles most suits you when working within a group. 6. We will now depart from group work questions and move on to instructors: please rank the following in order of importance (1-9, 1 being the most important) to you regarding the “ideal” instructor. For any criteria that are not important to you, mark n/a. personality sense of humor gender age subject matter expertise teaching style/method grading/assessment system compassionate/caring attitude integrity/professional ethics 7. Describe what an instructor must do to ensure that honesty is maintained and that all students are treated fairly. Explain, as necessary....
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