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Rubric on Teamwork.

Posted by arlekeno on September 21, 2009

Part 1B.

Critereria for assessing teamwork.

1) Communication (how did we do it, how often).

2) Set clear goals/task definition. (avoid overburden)

3) Individual ownership of task/motivation. (avoid free rider syndrome)

Should I use this?

I really like this rubric and may meld it with the below points I already had.


How often,

how effective,

how efficient.

Teamwork & Collaboration

Role/Task definition (co-ordinates activities of the individual .. law)

Setting clear goals,

Individual ownership of task.

Individual efforts.

Final presentation.

Criteria 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5
Task definition/role. Team members do not know or are not capable of fulfilling role. Team member has some idea of their own role and can fulfil some requirements. Team member knows own roll but not others’. Can fulfil own roll. Team member knows own roll and some of others’ can fulfil own and some others’ functions. Team member understands all team members’ rolls and can complete all of them.
Professionalism. Team members show no professional courtesy. Team member shows minimal professional courtesy. Team members work respectfully and co-operatively Team members work very well and help each other when asked. Team works together very well and offers to help each other.
Team Dynamics. Only one person’s ideas are used. There is confrontation. One or two people make all decisions and the rest do the work. Individual work dominates. Simple majority used in decision making. Team co-exists peacefully. Co-operation and consensus are dominant themes. Team collaborates well. Team accepts input from all and sees the big picture in overall goals. Team members collaborate and share ownership of finished product.
Enthusiasm and work ethic. Team members are disengaged, not all work is done. Some team members are disengaged and one or two have to carry the workload. Team is somewhat interested and work is completed by due date. Most of team is Enthusiastic and work is done well by all. All team members show equal investment and enthusiasm, working well together.
communication Poor or no communication Little communication.

Information is neither effectively or efficiently transmitted.

Adequate communication.

But team members need to keep rechecking information.

Good communication, not regular, improvement needed in efficiency and effectiveness. Communication is regular, efficient and effective.

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