Teamwork processes in RRU student teams

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On November 2, TeamsWork will be offering a workshop on the knowledge and social processes experienced by student teams at RRU - facilitated by Michael Pardy.

How do teams actually work? What processes do teams use to complete team assignments? How do we know? How can we and should we try to influence this process? These are some of the important questions you are invited to explore with us.

On November 2, Michael Pardy will be facilitating the second of a three-part series on teamwork and team assignments as part of the TeamsWork initiative. This participatory workshop will focus on the knowledge and social processes experienced by student teams throughout their courses and programs at RRU. Specifically, Michael will be exploring how faculty and staff can create, observe and measure team-based learning processes through technology and design. Michael will be available for questions and further conversation following the session from 10:30 to 11 a.m.

TeamsWork Session 2: Teamwork processes in RRU student teams

November 2, 9 to 10:30 a.m.

Centre for Dialogue, LIC Building

If you are unable to attend the workshop on-campus, please join via livestream.

Save the date! The third workshop on teamwork and team assignments will take place on November 30, 10:30 a.m. to noon.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact B.J. Eib or Sarah Chettleburgh