Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness
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Team Descriptions

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Alex Brown
Demonstrates outstanding mathematics skills. Figures out how to do the math for assigned problems. Encourages team to check work for errors. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Does not follow up with team members about tasking to ensure understanding. Identifies weaknesses in the team's developments. Does fair share of the work, but generally not above and beyond the fair share. Generates new ideas to improve the team's assignment that the rest of the team had not thought of. Often encourages teammates' thoughts and opinions. Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done.
Chase Hill
Adds little, if anything, to team assignments. Identifies weaknesses in the team's developments. Distracts the other team members by talking about topics that have nothing to do with the task. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Checks work to ensure it is generally correct. Involves everyone in discussions. Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done. Expresses frustration when trying to complete tasks that require task-specific knowledge and skills. Able to use base knowledge of computers in some assignments.
Reese Jones
Reviews all work before submitting it to the team to ensure it is of top quality. Checks work to ensure it is generally correct. Turns in acceptable, but not outstanding, work. Comes up with important ideas during team brainstorming. Actively listens to others' opinions and ideas of how things should be done. Seeks input from team members that haven't voiced ideas yet. Applies previous knowledge of computer programs to tasks. Expresses frustration when trying to complete tasks that require task-specific knowledge and skills. Provides irrelevant information that further confuses the team when the team is attempting to overcome a problem. Helps the team think of issues that have been overlooked.