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IDE20 Lab 1 Section: X Instructor: Your name here
Today’s Lab Attendance*/Adds/Drops Icebreaker Policy Review Schedule Points Personality Test Team Application
Attendance Participation in labs is mandatory This time is to be used to work on your team’s project, assignments can be mostly completed in the lab session* Attendance policy Participation policy Add/Drops What I want from this class:
Icebreaker Speak LOUD* and clear, answer the following: – Name, Hometown, Intended Major (If you know) Pick two of the following to answer: – If you could meet anyone (living or diseased) who would it be and why? – What thought or message would you put into a fortune cookie? – What is one item that you really should throw away but probably never will?
My Icebreaker Answers Name, Hometown, and Major – Joe Miner – Rolla, MO – PhD in Theoretical Physics If you could meet anyone who would it be and why? – St. Patrick What is one item you really should throw away but probably never will? – HP48GX
Policy Review Purpose and Objectives (IDE20.com*) Clickers are required for lectures* Grading is point-based (90%+=A, 80%+=B, etc) Late work policy* Points and schedule are on website (IDE20.com)
Personality Preferences Complete MBTI personality profile at:* – http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp – Get four character code Complete team application page
Personality preferences influence problem- solving approaches Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) provides measure of preferences along four dimensions Teams diverse in personality preferences often more effective See MBTI self-score and explanation sheet Personality Preferences (2)
Focusing attention… Extravert(E) – External focus – Talks – Breadth of interest – Speaks first, reflects later – Sociable – Expressive Introvert(I) – Internal focus – Listens – Depth of interest – Thinks before speaking – Private – Contained
Making decisions… Thinking(T) – Analytical – Logical problem-solvers – Strive for objective truth – Reasonable / fair Feeling(F) – Sympathetic – Assess impact on people – Strive for harmony – Compassionate / accepting
Orientation to outside world… Judging(J) – Scheduled – Organized – Systematic – Like to plan – Avoid last-minute stress Perceiving(P) – Spontaneous – Open-ended – Casual – Adaptable – Energized by last-minute pressures
Compare Results How many get same result? How many differ in one dimension? Two dimensions?
Krebshirsh, S., 1992, MBTI Team Building Program: Leader’s Resource Guide, Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc. AVG for Engineering Students
Krebshirsh, S., 1992, MBTI Team Building Program: Leader’s Resource Guide, Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc. Personality preferences for engineering students EI: Extravert vs Introvert = 45% vs 55% SN: Sensing vs Intuition = 53% vs 47% TF: Thinking and Feeling = 75% vs 25% JP: Judging vs Perceiving = 61% vs 39% TJ (Analytical and Scheduled) = 48%
Wrapping up… Turn in team application! Next week – Design Project – Team Formation – 1 st Memo Assignment