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Criteria for class activity: case and article discussions, mid-term, journals, final paper. In-depth analysis Triangulation of ideas using readings, class lectures, experience on team Statements backed up with your thinking and integration of ideas

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Criteria for class activity: case and article discussions, mid-term, journals, final paper

In-depth analysis

Triangulation of ideas using readings, class lectures, experience on team

Statements backed up with your thinking and integration of ideas

Self-reflection: Understanding own lenses, patterns, and ways in dealing with change in team and other settings

Questions: What do I think of these ideas? What do I understand and how am I understanding it?

Generation of own

“take-aways” that are significant and useful to you

Reporting of activity with some readings and concepts referenced

Little/some analysis about how the readings and concepts apply to what you are thinking, observing, doing

“Checking-off” quality

Stating how things “should” look and evaluating through good/bad lens

Reflection on others and interactions with them v. on your own learning and participation in activity

Reporting of activity

List of facts, products, events

Looking for a “right” answer

Statements of opinion

Little/no use of readings and class concepts


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