Owning the Intangible: Possession, Theft, and (Mis)Appropriation of Ideas

Evaluation Form: Discussion Leader

This is an evolving Tutorial discussion evaluation form for discussion leaders. A good leader should (1) choose readings that will inspire discussion; (2) make sure that we reflect on those readings; (3) run a discussion that helps us learn; (4) encourage participation from all; and (5) keep the discussion participants on task. Good leaders may also do a variety of other things, but these things vary from leader to leader.

Use and Choice of

Did I Learn?
On Task
Other Strengths
Other Weaknesses
Overall Evaluation

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