Posted: September 7th, 2021
A combination of collaboration and learning team strategies have been integrating throughout your program to support you in the development of skills associated with the University Learning Goals of communication, critical thinking and problem solving, information utilization, professional competence and values, specifically collaboration. In your 200-level courses, you’ll participate in collaborative learning activities which involve group discussions that reflect specific content covered for the week. As a team, students will discuss, brainstorm, and share ideas regarding the assigned activities. The collaborative activities are not graded; however, they are required as students will need the information discussed to complete their individual assignment. The faculty member will assign students to learning teams to complete these collaborative activities. The individual assignment is worth 2 points.
Complete the Team Member Contact Information with input from each member of the Learning Team.
Establish Learning Team expectations by completing the table below. Determine as a group, how you will address the ground rules for engagement. Each Learning Team member should contribute to a discussion leading to consensus around team expectations.
Ground Rules for Engagement
Learning Team Response
Steps the Team will Take to Address
Unmet Team Expectations
How often should team members meet to discuss an assignment deliverable?
How will we work with others to achieve our assignment goals and work through conflict?
What modes of communication will we use? Where will we communicate?
What are the expectations for equitable contributions from each team member?
Identify the dates in which team collaborative activities should be completed in order to complete the individual assignments.
Include any other special considerations for this team
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