Skills development team dynamics critical thinking

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Skills development Team dynamics Critical thinking Abstract reasoning, modeling Field research skills Presentation Writing (lucid, evidence-based)
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Blackboard Course website at Will use Bb throughout the semester: Announcements Assignment details & submission dropboxes Team project repositories Lecture note archive Online grade center Check at least once per week
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Blackboard Ensure that you are enrolled in the Blackboard site for this course/section. Use “edit personal information” to update the e-mail address to the one that you read most frequently. Forward your UMBC e-mail address if needed, as this is the only one that I will use.
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CATME Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME) @ catme.org Assemble, manage, and evaluate 636 teams Will go live after class today Complete initial survey by this Sunday night (9/10) Rationale for “sensitive” personal information
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Syllabus Always updated on Blackboard Schedule is as anticipated and may shift slightly during the semester (esp. due to weather!) Any changes will always be announced well in advance both in class and on Blackboard Exam and deliverable dates should not change
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Textbook Dennis, A., Wixom, B., and Roth, R. (2015). Systems Analysis and Design (6 th edition). Wiley. Textbook will be used heavily and covered in its entirety (including CH 14 if time permits)
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Course Format Assume you are keeping up with the reading Interactive lectures typically take the form of some presentation of theoretical material, class discussion, some class exercises Weekly hands-on activities applying concepts toward your demonstration project. Material will be presented the first day of the unit and continued on the second
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Learning Environment Values I expect that we all show mutual respect for each other in the learning process beginning and concluding the class on time, turning off non-note taking electronic devices, allowing all members of the class to participate in dialogue without interruption or distraction. give everyone a fair opportunity to contribute.
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Acts of Academic Misconduct Cheating: Knowingly using or attempting to use unauthorized material, information, or study aids in any academic exercise. Fabrication: Intentional and unauthorized falsification or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise. Facilitating Academic Dishonesty: Intentionally or knowingly helping or attempting to help another commit an act of academic dishonesty. Plagiarism: Knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one’s own in any academic exercise, including works of art and computer-generated information/images. To read the full policy on academic integrity, consult the UMBC Student Handbook
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Assessment Diverse assignments for different learning styles Group: 2 deliverables, 2 presentations Individual: 3 exams, participation/activities No assessment worth more than 20% of your grade Fast paced, heavy production – find your rhythm
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  • Fall '08
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