P17345: Deployable Noise Meter
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Team Values and Norms

Team Values

Communication
Punctual
Thorough/ Accurate - Don't procrastinate
Professional and Ethical
Demonstrates the core RIT values of SPIRIT
Committed

Team Norms: Peer Assessment Rubric

Accepted Norms of Performance: Peer Assessment Rubric
Value Unsatisfactory Needs Improvement Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations
Communication The team member never responds to any emails or text messages. Does not inform other group members that they won't be able to complete their work. The team member has few missed email and/or text message. The team member has responded to all communication, whether it be completing the task or asking questions/help. Team member has responded to all communication very quickly. Team member has let the team know if their workload is too much and if they can help.
Punctuality The team member is always late to meetings. Team member does not communicate any absences. Team member did not complete assigned hw The team member is tardy to a few meetings. Has few absences without notifying a team member. Rarely completes hw assignments. The team member has been on time to all meetings. If team member was late it was due to an unplanned incident (i.e traffic accident). Completing assignments. The team member is never tardy to meetings. Team member is ready to work. Plans for any absences. Completes work on timely manner.
Thorough/ Accurate The team member’s final product is not acceptable. The delivered work lacks overall clarity, accuracy, and organization. The team member’s work will need to be re-done, causing project delays. Does not reach out to team for help. The team member’s assigned work shows signs of some useful progress, but is still not at a level that is acceptable in the eyes of the remainder of the group. The task lacks decent structure and flow, which makes it difficult for the other members of the group to provide the necessary feedback to complete the task. The team member’s work shows that they have made a acceptable effort in producing a finished product. Some changes may still need to be made and further input from the remaining members of the group may be needed to finish the task The team member’s task was completed on time and in a manner that allows for the remaining members of the team to briefly look over the document and verify that the task is complete and ready to be submitted and helps other members if needed.
Professional and Ethical Acts unprofessionally (curses, doesn’t take criticism well, absent, disrespectful) as well as does not follow any of the engineering ethics code (plagiarism, falsified data, safety). Occasionally acts unprofessionally (curses, doesn’t take criticism well, absent, disrespectful) as well as does not follow any of the engineering ethics code (plagiarism, falsified data, safety). Team member has made an effort to be a professional and honest member of the team Team member is a role model for others as a professional and honest member of the team even under difficult circumstances.
Committed Shows no interest/lacks focus in project or leaves team. Becomes a burden to the team. Team member not contributing their weight to the project. Team member is contributing their weight to the project and completing given tasks on time. Team member is a role model in contributing their weight to the project and completing given tasks on time as well as completing extra tasks and helping others.

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