ECE 438/439 Group Evaluation Format: These are informal,
internal documents, so they may be hand written or emailed. Be fair and honest
with your evaluations.
- These are all confidential,
the only person to see them is the Professor.. The Professor will make
final grade decisions.
- Justify the grades you assign
with specifics - for example, "we scheduled three meetings, student X
always showed up prepared, or student Y was never on time and did not have
their assignment completed".
- These are to be handed in or
emailed with the final report.
- Include your name, partner
name, project title, and date. A short evaluation should be written about
each student in your group, including yourself.
- Two items for each student:
1) Your evaluation of their work in words. What did they do and how good a
job did they do? Did they do the work in a timely manner? 2) A number of
points based on the following:
- 5 points are to be allotted
for each student, e.g., 2 students give a total of 10 points. If you feel
they all contributed equally, give 5 points to each person. If you feel
one person did all the work, give that person 10 points and the others
zeros. If you feel you did more, you can give yourself 6 or 7 and them 3
or 4. In other words, distribute all the points according to the amount of
work each person contributed to the projects. Note that this is a zero sum
process - the total must add up to 10 for a group of 2. These evaluations
will be used as part of the grade, and, in some cases, may be used to
adjust the project grade itself.