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For teams to be successful, the teamwork environment must be managed. The Team-Maker forms teams according to user-specified criteria. The Comprehensive Assessment for Team-Member Effectiveness (CATME) gathers peer evaluation data and self evaluations to assess how effectively each team member contributes to the team and gives...
For teams to be successful, the teamwork environment must be managed. The Team-Maker forms teams according to user-specified criteria. The Comprehensive Assessment for Team-Member Effectiveness (CATME) gathers peer evaluation data and self evaluations to assess how effectively each team member contributes to the team and gives feedback to team members and to the person administering the teams.
Team-Maker and CATME were developed and are currently maintained with support from the National Science Foundation in the United States and are free for instructional use in educational settings. The functionality and language of these systems are customized for educational settings, and no commercial version of the system exists at this time. To make a proposal regarding the development of commercial access, contact Dr. Matthew Ohland, the project director. Adminisrators of Team-Maker and CATME surveys have the choice of how to release the survey results. If the confidentiality of student ratings could be revealed by releasing the data, administrators skip releasing the results to those taking the survey. The current research team has approval from Purdue's Institutional Review Board to use survey data from the system if administrators release it, but can only access that data after all personally identifiable information has been removed.
Primary design and development of the Team-Maker and CATME instruments and their interfaces was accomplished by a multidisciplinary and multi-institution team: Matthew W. Ohland, Associate Professor, Engineering Education, Purdue University, and Project Director Lisa G. Bullard, Teaching Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, North Carolina State University Richard M. Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University Cynthia J. Finelli, Associate Research Scientist of Engineering Education and Director, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching North, University of Michigan Richard A. Layton, Director, Center for the Practice and Scholarship of Education, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Misty L. Loughry, Associate Professor of Management, Georgia Southern University Hal R. Pomeranz, Principal, Deer Run Associates Douglas G. Schmucker, Senior Project Engineer, Zahl-Ford, Inc.
The Team-Maker / CATME website is housed on the Purdue University web space. For questions please e-mail Dr. Matthew Ohland. This website and the development of Team-Maker and CATME are based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 0243254 and 0817403