Self-Evaluation Exercise (See): An Assessment of Class Contribution

Peter E. Pitsiladis, Robert J. Oppenheimer

Abstract


This paper describes a structured approach for a selfassessment and feedback process that enables students to gain insights and understanding into their class contribution. The frequency and value to the class of eight (8) task, ten (10) maintenance and ten (10) person-centered behaviors are assessed. Based upon these evaluations, points are assigned for each of these three (3) types of behaviors. The exercise provides a powerful process for having students understand the concepts of task, maintenance and person-centered behavior and to obtain insights as to how their behaviors were perceived and the impact they made.

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