Teaching and Assessing Teamwork Skills in Engineering and Computer Science

@inproceedings{Lingard2010TeachingAA,
  title={Teaching and Assessing Teamwork Skills in Engineering and Computer Science},
  author={Robert W. Lingard},
  year={2010}
}
To be successful in today’s workplace, engineering and computer science students must possess high levels of teamwork skills. Unfortunately, most engineering programs provide little or no specific instruction in this area. This paper outlines an assessment-driven approach toward teaching teamwork skills. Working with the Industrial Advisory Board for the College, a set of performance criteria for teamwork was developed. This set of criteria was used to build an assessment instrument to measure… CONTINUE READING

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