Mainland High School
Operation WingChange: ISTF #02-0433

 Introduction

 Components

  

 Background

  

 Project

  

  • Prepare a 100-word paragraph from the team (to include input from the teacher, technical advisor and the students) on how teaming progressed throughout the program duration,

In the beginning most of us had our own ideas of the project so we all talked a lot and did not listen to one another. Also we didnít exactly agree on what the project could be. We all had a certain assignment so we all worked on it separately. At the end we had to integrate everything we had learned together, so all of us became more and more like a team.

  • Prepare a 100-word paragraph from the team (to include input from the teacher, technical advisor and the students) on how communication progressed throughout the program duration, and

Communication was not always there. Some of us actually researched the same thing someone else had already done. Most of us after the meetings on Wednesdays did not talk about our project whether it was in other classes or if we hung out on the weekend. We all basically left it up to Mrs. Colwell to get us all together which was not right, but now we are working pretty well together and our communication is great. Mrs. Colwell maintained our correspondence with our two advisors. She requested that we initially compose each email and then she shared with us their answers.

  • List three recommendations from the team (to include input from the teacher, technical advisor and the students) concerning lessons learned.

We definitely need to listen to each other when we talk instead of trying to all speak our own ideas all at once. Everyone needs to stay focused throughout the whole project so that we can determine what technical assistance we need as soon as possible. We need to compose our sections even if it is not "completely" right so then we can proof it beforehand instead of at the last minute.

 

 



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