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Issue a Team Member A Warning Form


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This form is used in team projects in my classes. You can learn more about how I use this assignment via a blog series I wrote at titled "A Guide To Setting Up Classroom Groups for Success." It is discussed in post #3 of that series.

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Issue a Team Member A Warning Form

  1. 1. Issue a Team Warning Form Kushin’s Classes As discussed on the “Group Contract”, this document outlines rules and procedures for firingteam members. About: 1. This form issues a warningto a team member who is not completing their fair shareof the team’s work for team assignments,as determined by the rest of the group. 2. To firea member of your team, you must have firstissued a team warningand have that team warningon filewith Professor Kushin 3. However, justbecause a Warningis issued,does not mean a team member will befired from a group. It is justa warning. Its purposeis to put the team member on notice that they must improve their work or they may be fired from the group. 4. Havingbeen issued a warningdoes not hurt a students’ grade. Procedure: To issuea warning,the followingis needed: 1) Majority vote from those members who would remain in your team after the termination of the fired member(s). Vote must be documented via signatureon a copy of your Warningto firemember. 2) A Warning mustbe written and submitted to Dr. Kushin by the deadline(see syllabusor ask Dr.Kushin). The Warning should document why you are issuingthe Warning. For example, how is the student causing a substantial distressto the team that is preventing the team from performing to its best which may warrantbeing fired if itis not corrected? (e.g., what work has this person failed to do?, arethey consistently missingmeetings?, etc.). Length of the petition is dictated only by the extent of the reason you feel is needed to warranttermination. What Happens Next? Dr. Kushin keeps a copy of the Warning. Dr. Kushin scans theWarning – removing team member signatures and names. Dr. Kushin emails thescan and/or hands a hard copy of the Warningto the student no later than MIDNIGHT ON THE DUE DATE. (The student deserves to know why they are being warned).