Reflection: Self-Graded Rubrics Analyzing Survey Data - Section 5: Evaluate


The student evaluates: student rubric her work and thinks she has met all indicators. But, her peer sees different and selects a 0 in the label section. Then I look at the work and confirm the evaluation. So, the next day I return the work: student work to the student and she adds her label. This is a very informal way to help students create quality work. They learn and are allowed to improve upon previous projects.

  Self-Graded Rubrics: Evaluation
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Analyzing Survey Data

Unit 8: Engineering Design
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT represent their data on a chart, and use data to explain an answer to their question.

Big Idea: Engage students in a solving a problem in their community that is important to themselves and their families.

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