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  • GTD Black Belt Definition/Behavioral Anchors

    I am trying to locate the definitions for the various levels of GTD mastery to use as a monthly self-assessment to monitor my progress toward the goal of achieving black belt habits. We've discussed it and posted it on this forum before but I am unable to locate it.

    Can someone refer to a location or post it again?

    I think many could benefit from it particularly as we rapidly move into the new year!

    Thanks for any help on this.....

  • #2
    what belt are you at?

    See http://www.davidco.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5268

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    • #3
      Fantastic! Thank you for finding and posting this!!!!

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      • #4
        group effor to create a rubric?

        Currently in education, rubrics are used as a way of doing "authentic assessment". They are basically qualitative scales with richly described anchors. Maybe we could put our heads together and create a rubric that describes the various degrees to which elements of GTD might be implemented. For a good example of a really goof rubric of study skills go to North Andover High School's website.

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