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Other notes on classroom citizenship expectations

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Other notes on classroom citizenship expectations: Computers, cell phones, iPods, iPads, and other electronic devices are not to be used during class. If we are using laptops as part of class, I will direct you all to do so. Please be on time to class . Attendance will be taken at the start of class. Patterns of lateness will result in significant deductions from your participation grade. Two instances of lateness count the same as one entire missed class in participation grade calculations. 2. 360 Leadership Exercise This semester one of your case analyses will be focused on a topic you should find pretty interesting: YOU! a) First, you will complete a Web-based self-rating survey on Qualtrics, providing your own views of yourself on dimensions and factors such as personality traits and values. b) Second, to provide more data for your 360 leadership analysis, each of you will find and get at least 4 other people (your “ Personal Choice ”s) to fill out a 15 minute web survey on Qualtrics about you. These people will provide quantitative ratings and qualitative feedback on 4
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a series of types of behaviors related to leadership and teamwork (for example, managing conflict, listening, motivating others, etc.). c) Third, you and IP teammates will also fill out a similar 15 minute web survey about each other. This exercise is for developmental purposes. You will not be graded at all based on the scores you receive; instead you will be graded on what you do with the information via a comprehensive worksheet of questions. Note that you are responsible for making sure that your raters get their surveys in by the deadline. If you do not have completed ratings from at least 8 people in total submitted by the deadline, your grade for the associated worksheet deliverable will be penalized, up to a maximum of 5 percentage points. After the survey has ended, you will get a confidential feedback report summarizing your results from the online survey exercise. 4) Lastly, you will then complete a comprehensive worksheet (Part 1 and Part 2) , guiding you through analyzing the report data and then reflecting on the implications of what you have learned. Your worksheet will prompt you to document: (a) an initial overall summary of what you learned from this exercise (b) a more in-depth analysis of 1 key strength AND 1 key weakness, and (c) initial action plans related to your learnings. You will get more details about this assignment later in the term. You will be graded on the thoroughness and thoughtfulness of your answers to the worksheet questions, including the extent to which you utilize report data to support your conclusions and apply the “SMART” goal-setting model in your action plans. 3. Quizzes There will be 3 quizzes across the semester (each requiring no more than 20 minutes). These will be closed-book and will be somewhere between 1-4 questions in length. I typically use short answer/essay questions, but may include a multiple-choice, or true-false as well. The goal is to
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  • Fall '12
  • KyleEmich
  • qualtrics, ip team

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