Step 1: Creating a Student Centered Assessment

Unit 4: Weathering
Lesson 14 of 15

Objective: Students create the criteria for a unit assessment through gathering and organizing data, notes and understanding the importance of planning to show evidence.

Big Idea: Students are guided to review their unit to determine what they think is the most important information to know for a student designed assessment. They begin the thought process through planning on a mind map app and learning to gather their materials to

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