Reflection on a Case Study
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This paper examines one student's perspective of the collaborative efforts of a group working on a case study. The author examines the roles of each person in the group and how effective they were in carrying out their respective responsibilities. The paper then goes on to describe the strengths and weaknesses of the group and the challenges that they faced while working together.
From the Paper:"I think a major challenge to the group, especially from the beginning, was how headstrong everyone was. These were all born leaders, and working together brought out a level of precieved arrogance as they were all accustomed to leading. This arrogance is what kept members from dialoging and participating in the group setting initially. The challenge was getting these people to buy into the team concept, and want to work together as peers instead of leaders to achieve a greater goal."
Sample of Sources Used:
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- North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. (2008). North Dakota state government: Needs. Retrieved August 2008 from: www.dpi.state.nd.us/grants/needs.pdf.
- Solomon, P. G., (2002). The assessment bridge: Positive ways to link tests to learning, standards, and curriculum improvement. Corwin Press, Inc: California.
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