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- Bailey Garcia
- Involves everyone in discussions. Respects other team members' opinions. Able to contribute to all assignments because of an unusually strong understanding of the required mathematical knowledge and skills. Figures out how to do the math for assigned problems. Helps the team think of issues that have been overlooked. Provides irrelevant information that further confuses the team when the team is attempting to overcome a problem. Comes up with important ideas during team brainstorming. Does fair share of the work, but generally not above and beyond the fair share. Encourages the team to do better than it normally would. Talks about the need to get good grades by turning in quality work.
- Dakota Lopez
- Provides valuable input for accomplishing team assignments. Completes any math required as part of the team's assignments. Often makes statements implying the team will fail the assignment. Invests time to ensure the team is doing the job well. Uses computer skills to help solve some problems. Demonstrates outstanding mathematics skills. Helps the team think of issues that have been overlooked. Does not follow up with team members about tasking to ensure understanding. Displays nonverbal signs of frustration, disinterest, or contempt towards working with others on the team.
- Taylor Rodriguez
- Expresses frustration when trying to complete tasks that require task-specific knowledge and skills. Able to use base knowledge of computers in some assignments. Usually reads and double-checks the work before submitting it. Routinely late to team meetings. Completes any math required as part of the team's assignments. Writes down a checklist of what the team needs to get done for meetings. Records team progress and tasks remaining. Seeks input from team members that haven't voiced ideas yet. Respects other team members' opinions.