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Team Member (Gayle 4 4 4 4 Gayle has sure that her information was Gayle is definitely a time player This form is designed to help in evaluating Learning Team collaboration expectations and performance. Substantive involvement in the Learning Team Collaborative Discussion is defined as any posts or contribution that adds value to the overall discussion. This may include presenting new ideas, examples, perspective, or asking additional questions of team members that help to further the overall team discussion. Students attending class at local campuses are encouraged to use the Online Learning Forums available in the course eCampus page. They should also document any offline collaboration that is conducted in their Learning Teams. February 2011
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LEARNING TEAM EVALUATION Massaro) done in a timely manner. Team Member (Danielle Rahill) on the learning team charter and made sure it was completed. She completed the gifted and talented learners. Danielle had a big problem when I didn’t respond when she wanted me to. She kept trying to attack me them the group messages because I was moving as fast as she like. Which cause a big problem because she doesn’t know how to respectful communicate. But we got a together by the end of the assignment. Team Contributions Please consider the following when providing individual and team feedback on contributions made to the assignment. 1) Based on the contributions and collaboration for this assignment, should all team members get the same grade? If not, who should get a different grade (higher or lower) and why? I believe that everyone should get the same grade because she all submitted our information and got the assignment in before it was due.
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