The Peer Evaluation Form in de Ramírez et al. (1998, p. 16) prompts employees to list their peers and describe their effort on a scale from 0 to 3 where 3=Excellent job, 2=Did his/her share, 1=We had to force him/her to work, and 0=Did not
Napier & Johnson (2007) outline a model of how expectations of teamwork, demographic diversity, and collaborative behavior impact team satisfaction.
Pimmel (2003) lists main elements for team training, including: team roles, team development, members' responsibilities, operating strategies, cooperation codes, and meeting guidelines.
Table 1 of Pimmel (2003) lists essential aspects of cooperative learning as defined by Richard Felder and his colleagues, including: positive interdependence, individual accountability, face-to-face promotive interaction, use of interpersonal/teamwork skills, and regular self assessment of team. Learn more about these elements in Pimmel, R. L.
A set of pre-publication draft chapters from an upcoming book by project advisor Dr. Will Tyson of the University of South Florida. These chapters are full of the kinds of real-world reactions that secondary educators are likely to hear from students, employers, and fellow instructors