CATME SMARTER Teamwork prepares students to function effectively in teams and supports faculty as they manage their students’ team experiences.

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CATME Five Teamwork Dimensions

There are five CATME Teamwork Dimensions that contribute to the effectiveness of teams. The CATME Peer Evaluation describes behaviors typical of various levels of performance in each of the CATME Five Teamwork Dimensions. Raters select the category of behaviors that most closely matches the behavior of each student on their team (including themselves).


What People Are Saying

“It provides a quantitative method for students to access the performance of their team members. It was helpful for me to see which teams were functioning well together.”

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Partnership with IEOM

CATME is partnering with IEOM [] to offer workshops on Good practices for Forming Teams and teaching teamwork skills!

New YouTube Videos

Check out our newest videos on our YouTube channel linked below.


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CATME Webinar

For new instructors, a Webinar on using CATME to form and manage teams is available here.