ASCI 309 Peer Eval Justin Minard

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Peer Evaluation Directions: It is essential you rate group members fairly. If they did not contribute equally to the group then give them a rating that reflects that level of participation (or in that case non- participation). Below are five rating levels that characterize the type of contribution a group member could have made. Please read them carefully and think about which of these descriptions best captures the contribution each of your group members made. Do not take these ratings lightly —just as you would like your group members to rate you honestly and accurately, you should do the same in return. Do you think your group members were active stakeholders in completing the group project? 5 Superior Contribution: Group member is extremely reliable and productive as a group member and contributor. Effective and provides creative ideas. Reliability/Punctuality: Completes tasks on time. Quality of work is excellent and is always punctual. Attitude: Maintains a cooperative and has a supportive attitude throughout the course. 4 Above Average Contribution: Group member is generally consistent as a contributor to the group, a productive contributor to the project and effectively provided good ideas. Reliability/Punctuality: Completes tasks on time. Quality of work is of above average or average standard. Group member is punctual most of the time. Attitude: Group member is cooperative and supportive attitude throughout the most of the course. 3 Average Contribution: Group member is occasionally inconsistent as a contributor to the group. The member is a productive contributor and provides somewhat effective and useful ideas. Reliability/Punctuality: Completes tasks mostly on time. Quality of work is of an average standard and is usually punctual and reliable. Attitude: Maintains a somewhat (not all the time) consistent cooperative and supportive attitude during the course. 2 Below Average Contribution: Group member is an inconsistent group contributor and only makes occasional or sporadic contributions to the project. Not very effective and lacks ideas. Reliability/Punctuality: Most tasks are late. Quality of work is below standard and is not punctual or reliable. Attitude: Disruptive and lacks a cooperative and supportive attitude during the course. 0-1 Poor/Failure Contribution: Group member is unreliable and a non-contributor. Member does not contribute to the research or development of the project. Ineffectual and does not contribute any useful ideas. Reliability/Punctuality: Group member is late and presents poor work. Attitude: Member is non-cooperative and disruptive. College of Aeronautics | worldwide.erau.edu All rights are reserved. The material contained herein is the copyright property of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32114. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of the University .
Use the rubric above and the chart below to provide a peer evaluation rate for your fellow Group members. Fill in your group members' names in the left column. Then, rate the individual group members on their contribution, reliability/punctuality, and attitude. Fill in the Group Members' Name Contribution Reliability/Punctuality Attitude Instructor will Manually Total Jesse Perez 5 5 5 Lucia Urbina 5 5 5 Name #3 Name #4 Name #5 Comments - Provide justification comments for any group member that you awarded a Poor/Failure rating: College of Aeronautics | worldwide.erau.edu All rights are reserved. The material contained herein is the copyright property of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32114. No part of this material may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of the University .
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