March Meeting with Instructor
… a resource page for Toronto PPG1007
Contributing to the team
Each student in Section I of PPG1007 is expected to schedule a 30-minute meeting with the instructor in the week of 5-9 March, preferably between 9 am and 4 pm on 5 March, 7 March, or 8 March.
Students should email email@example.com at the time of their submission of the second briefing note assignment before midnight on 28 February.
Proposed agenda for the meeting
- Reflections on the term (including the Internship process) and the course so far
- What are your “lessons learned” from the Briefing Note exercise?
- What insights have you gained from the course so far on the nature of teamwork and leadership in public management settings?
- Estimated time devoted to research, consultation, and writing for the second briefing note
- Reflections on your contributions to “maximiz[ing] student learning by working together to produce an impressive body of strategic advice” on the First Nations Drinking Water case
- How did you contribute to class discussions to suggest mechanisms for consultation and research, and to identify the key issues to be included in the briefing note template?
- How did you contribute to the quality of advice in a briefing note other than your own?
- When did you enter your community data on the shared community comparison spreadsheet?
- When did you complete your revised briefing note to be shared on the First Nations Drinking Water table?
- Feedback from instructor on your submission on Briefing Note 2 (see Marking Rubrics for PPG1007 Section I) and possible revisions before posting the pdf versions on the First Nations Drinking Water table
- Getting the most from the rest of the course
- What specific skills and knowledge would you like to work on?
- How to make the most use of the 60-second briefs?
- What are your initial thoughts on your team project for the Minister’s Briefing Cases for PPG1007 Section I and how do you plan to make your contribution to the team?
- What are your initial thoughts on your team project for the Munk Amalgamation Student Initiative and how do you plan to make your contribution to the team?
- Other matters
Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 2 March 2018.