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A successful student product involves evaluating several areas of technology application skills, writing mechanics, science unit learned and processed knowledge base, and higher level thinking skills as applied to the lesson extensions. A four-point rubric (see Student Evaluation Rubric page) with evaluative category attributes include:

  • Required Elements
  • Content - Accuracy
  • Knowledge Gained
  • Graphics - Relevance
  • Grammar
  • Attractiveness
  • Use of Class Time

Evaluate the final three-dimensional lesson product using the Student Evaluation Rubric.

Source: Evaluation rubric was created with RubiStar, a free tool to assist teachers in creating quality evaluation rubrics.

 

 

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Copyright © June 2005 by Diane Sindelar.