Reflection: Flexibility How do my eyes work? - Section 6: Evaluate

 

Well, I initially planned to use this rubric, but after conferencing with my peers I decided to adjust the rubric. I changed the third row to be called accurate observations, and then I allow the class to put a 1 or a 0. 

So, I changed the words to accurate instead of correct, because correct makes it seem more like there is only one answer. Really there are many different ways the students could accurately observe the light.

Then, I decided to allow the students to added the numbers to give them more to do. Circling a 1 or 0 is less engaging. I felt like if they actually had to add the number it would require the students do more recording. Recording numbers seems to be more advanced of a skill than circling 1 or 0. I do like to change up my rubrics to allow the students exposure to different models, because it provides my class with more exposure to rubrics. So, they will simply have more experience assessing themselves, and their peers.

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How do my eyes work?

Unit 7: Light in My World
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT explain how human eyes are similar to a box model.

Big Idea: Allow the class to construct a model similar to the human eye, and give students the opportunity to develop an understanding of how we see.

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Science, Light, reflection, mirrors, eye
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