Teamwork Achieved Assessment

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general Meta Data
Primary Author/Point of ContactDenny Davis
Other Contributing Author(s)Howard Davis, Steve Beyerlein, Jay MCCormack, Phil Thompson, Patsy Brackin, Susannah Howe, Paul Leiffer, Javed Khan
Institution where resource originatedWashington State University
Disciplines in which resource has been usedMultidisciplinary including non-engineers
Type(s) of institution(s) at which resource has been usedResearch intensive, doctoral
Capstone course duration (weeks)
Nature of capstone projects connected with resourceIndustry-sponsored, Student-defined, International, Socially-motivated, Entrepreneurial
Timing of resource usage in capstoneEnd
First year resource was used in capstone2009
Resource Description
Notes/Observations/Constraints/AdviceUse the Teamwork Achieved assessment near the end of the project experience. Precede it with formative peer and self-assessments for team member contributions and team process effectiveness.
Assessments Meta Data
Category of outcomes assessedTeamwork
Types of student responses requiredCompletion (fill blanks), Explanation of conditions, items, or process
Rubrics for scoring (check one): Yes, rubrics included
Number of students typically assessed at one time using this instrument25-74
Instrument testingTest data analyzed
Scoring consistency by multiple ratersSome evidence
Validity or accuracy in measuring what was intendedSome evidence
Associated PublicationDavis, Denny, Michael Trevisan, Robert Gerlick, Howard Davis, Jay McCormack, Steven Beyerlein, Phillip Thompson, Susannah Howe, Paul Leiffer, and Patricia Brackin. “Assessing Team Member Citizenship in Capstone Engineering Design Courses.” International Journal of Engineering Education 26, no. 4 (2010): 1–13.

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