Teamwork encompasses the ability to accomplish group tasks and resolve conflict within groups and teams while maintaining and building positive relationships within these groups. Team members should participate in productive roles and provide leadership to enable an interdependent group to function effectively.
Criteria for Teamwork Assessment
The following are criteria used in the assessment of student work:
During the current implementation phase of Essential Studies, we are seeking Essential Studies Course Approval applications for courses at the Foundation and Essential Practice levels (Processes for Program-Integrated Practice, ESSE, and Capstone courses may differ, and will be further defined as we move forward.)
In order to ease the transition to Essential Studies, and provide predictability for students, departments, and programs, GEAC is soliciting Foundation and Essential Practice course approval applications only from courses that fulfill requirements in the prior general education framework. In a few limited cases, to build out course lists, ESLO committees may reach out to invite particular faculty and departments to submit applications.
For the Teamwork outcome, there is no Essential Practice requirement, and the Foundation requirement is fulfilled by SPE221, so no specific courses beyond this are being solicited for teamwork at this time.
To submit a course, provide the following information:
Following submission for Essential Studies approval, a course undergoes a review process involving GEAC and the associated ESLO committee.
Program-Integrated Practice Courses
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