Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Students do not learn effective team member behaviors and strategies that lead to successful team performance merely by being placed in groups and given activities to do. Students need formal, ongoing, and consistent instruction on teaming and assessment of their performance as team members. The goal of this session is to introduce the benefits of using the research-based CATME Model of Teamwork (https://info.catme.org/) as an anchor for developing course and curriculum level instruction on teaming through a commitment to a common set of effective team behaviors we seek to develop in our students. This session will overview the CATME Model of Teamwork, instructional strategies around the development of these behaviors, using CATME tools to manage and evaluate teams, and using CATME generated data for ABET assessment purposes. For those subsequently wishing to get up and running with CATME, a working group will be formed for Fall 2020 and initial training with CATME will be arranged in the near future.
This event originated in Engineering and Computing Education Core.