Teaching Toolbox: CATME
CATME: Smarter Teamwork
Want to create student groups in your class? Want to hold students accountable to each other for contributing to group projects? Need a tool for peer evaluation? CATME (Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness) is a web-based program designed for use in higher education to promote smarter teamwork among teams. Since its release to the academic world in 2005, the system has been used by over 1 million students and 17 thousand instructors, from all over the world!
Fifteen of your Davidson colleagues have used CATME in their classes, and Davidson has a campus license so that you can use this tool free of charge to you and your students.
Resources for using CATME: