Team work reflection
What I learned and remembered in school was only watching the reproduction video. Therefore, I did not know what aspects and levels of understanding do teachers, students and parents have toward the sex education topics in schools. The members of my group were so kind and accommodating. Kelsey already knew many things about BC sex education, so she pre-empted me by providing crucial information on the subject. At the beginning, we decided to pursue a lot of research. So, I thought our group process was a little bit slower than other groups.
As it turned out, the group process eventually evolved into generating enough information as we decided to delegate tasks and divided responsibilities into parts. Despite the delegation, we helped each other by sharing good ideas and useful links. Also, Amy’s sharing of the Prezi program was beneficial because I could only initially use PowerPoint for presentations.
I learned many perspectives from parents, students, and from the school toward sex education, and I also learned the various community resources we have. It was also the first time to actually call the health community center to ask what programs they could provide. As a group member, I learned to be a productive and collaborative member of the team through contributing skills, information, feedback and insights on the subject. I learned the craft of teambuilding and working effectively in a group through achievement of defined goals and by delegation of tasks that made