Monday - GroupA

Monday - GroupA

Monday Group A Group A members (from left to right): Jason - Recorder Michael Examiner Nathan Examiner Jacqueline Leader Noah Advocate I learned that we () must rely upon each other and are accountable for our own share of work in order to find a single solution to a problem and to complete the overall task(..). My involvement in collaborate learning requires physical interaction with the group and a practice of leadership, trust-building, communication, and conflict-resolution skills.

-Jacqueline Monday - Group B Group B members: Jamie - Examiner Kate - Examiner Cindy - Leader Batya - Recorder Paul - Advocate When we identified our roles in the group, it started us on our way to becoming a unit that works as one to accomplish a common goal. -Cindy

Monday Group C Group C members (from left to right): Mai Jared Susan Christian - Leader Yuan The best part of the group work is that there can be many perspectives on the same assignment, and the combination of these ideas makes the finished product a truly joint work. - Christian

Monday Group D Group D members: Azeem Gunjan Sean Sona Group D is working on the fractional distillation of a cyclohexane-toluene mixture. Monday Group E

Group E members: Kiran Reenal Medora Paresh Nainesh Group E is extracting the chlorophyll from spinach leaves under the supervision of their TA Aubrey.

Monday Group F (After the workplace skills experiment) Our group had a strong sense of teamwork and cooperation both inside and outside of the laboratory environment. William

Group F members: Sui - Examiner Uma - Examiner Mi Hae Advocate Janaki Leader William - Recorder Tuesday Group A Group A members, from left to right: Adrian Leader Rebecca Recorder Rachel Examiner David Unemployed Isaac - Advocate

During this [first lab] period, we independently learned the specifics of different instruments and successfully shared our independently gained knowledge without any problem. -Isaac Tuesday Group B Group B members: Anthony - Examiner Ashley - Recorder Ben - Advocate Anjali - Leader Richard - Examiner The idea here () is to simulate real life conditions in a

chemistry lab, where projects are such that no individual can take them on alone, and no one gets to pick his or her own team members. -Richard Tuesday Group C Group C members from left to right: Ed Eric Shannon Lauren Jonathan Group C is performing the cyclic voltammetry experiment

under the supervision of Qazi Hai (Associate) Tuesday Group D Group D members from left to right: Isaac Recorder Amanika Leader Erica Examiner Ari Advocate In our first laboratory class, the first thing our group learned was the names of the other members of our group. After we had introduced ourselves, we decided on the role each member of the group should assume. -Erica Our group, although we have only four members, seems quite capable of

carrying out our assignments in the time allotted. - Erica Tuesday Group E Group E members: Jessica Mindy Jeff Richard After we performed each task individually, such as examining the pH meter and creating the poster, we met to discuss our findings within the group setting. Each member was able to glean the knowledge gained by other members despite a lack of hands-on experience. -Mindy

Tuesday Group F Group F members (from left to right) Abhay Jay - Leader Kate Mike Brian -Leader We () switch roles within the group every week in order to prevent an uneven distribution of the work. This also prevents people from being stuck in a role that they dont want. -Brian Tuesday Group G Group G members

(from left to right) Katherine - Advocate Leena - Recorder Payal - Leader Sonu - Examiner Reshma - Advocate () Group members explained subjects with which they were familiar to other members of the team. -Payal Tuesday Group H Group H members (from left to right) Patricia

Inna Ian Alex - Leader Philip Group H adopted a flexible group structure. While Alex is the leader, Patricia, Inna, Ian and Philip share the roles of examiners, recorders and advocates depending on the experiment requirements.

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