Teaching Team Behavior to Human Factors/Ergonomics Students, Part II: Specifics for Forming and Developing Teams, and Using Peer Ratings
Many Human Factors/Ergonomics specialists are members of work teams. To prepare students for teamwork, the students' educational experiences need to include team building exercises and experiences. As a follow-up to the 2004 HFES panel on teaching team behavior, this panel will address more specific aspects of teaching team behavior to HF/E students. In particular, the panelists will address the issues of forming teams, developing teams, and collecting and using peer ratings. The results of this and last year's panel discussion will be used to develop guidelines for effectively teaching teamwork to HF/E students. These guidelines will be disseminated through the Education Technical Group.
Stone, N. J., Moroney, W. F., Burke, C. S., Caldwell, B. S., & Chaffin, D. B. (2005). Teaching Team Behavior to Human Factors/Ergonomics Students, Part II: Specifics for Forming and Developing Teams, and Using Peer Ratings. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 49(7), pp. 747-750.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/154193120504900701
49th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (2005: Sep. 26-30, Orlando, FL)
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Educational Experiences; Team Behavior; Team Development, Ergonomics; Personnel Rating; Students; Teaching, Project Management
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