Judge your product
Before turning in your assignment, compare it to your teacher's requirements.
- Did you do and include everything that was required?
- Did you give credit to all of your sources, and did you write it the way your teacher requested?
- Is your work neat?
- Is your work complete and does it include heading information (name, date, etc.)
- Would you be proud for anyone to view this work?
Judge your information problem-solving process (efficiency)
Think about what you did to finish this assignment. You may have learned some skills to use anytime you need information to answer questions!
- What skill(s) did you learn that you can use again?
- How will you be able to use the skill(s) again?
- What did you do well this time?
- What would you do differently next time?
- Which information sources were most useful? You may be able to use them again when you need information.
- What information sources did you need but the library did not have? Talk to your librarian about the possibility of getting them.
by: Barbara A. Jansen - http://big6.com/pages/kids/grades-7-12/big6-writing-process-grades-7-ndash-12.php
- Determine why I didn't get an A on my report.
- Decide whether or not an assignment is finished.
- Judge the product effectiveness:
- set criteria for judging anti-smoking posters.
- determine whether the information need as originally defined is met.
- Judge the efficiency of the information problem-solving process:
- determine the degree to which note taking techniques are working
- state what you would do differently next time.
- UEN's Rubric Tool
Create your own rubric or customize someone else's rubric.
- PBL Checklists
Checklists to support Project Based Learning and evaluation.
Graphic Organizer for Evaluation
- Interaction Outline: Use to judge the problem-solving process and the interactions between team members.
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