Discussion of Results Rubric


Attributes

Above Standard

At Standard

Attribute Still a Goal

Attribute Points Earned

(5-4.5)

(4-3.5)

(3-0)

Procedure and Tested Variable Summary

The project and tested variables are elaborately summarized.

The project and tested variables are briefly summarized.

The project and tested variables are not summarized completely or are not present.

/5

(5-4.5)

(4-3.5)

(3-0)

Relationship Identification

Discovered relationships are clearly identified, follow logically from gathered data, and are accompanied by accurate equations.

Discovered relationships are clearly identified, follow logically from gathered data, and accompanied by an equation that partially matches the gathered data.

Discovered relationships and equations are not clearly identified, inaccurate or missing.

/5

(5-3.5)

(3-0)

Relationship Examples

At least two data points per relationship are quoted to exemplify stated relationships.

Supporting data points are missing or incomplete.

/5

(5-4.5)

(4-3.5)

(3-0)

Relationship Model

Used and accurately applied their mental model of the world to postulate a physical explanation for findings.

Used and incorrectly applied their mental model of the world to postulate a physical explanation for findings.

Little or no attempt to apply their mental model of the world was present.

/5

(10-9)

(8.5-7)

(6.5-0)

Relationship Focus

Identified relationships focus on the answer to the main question(s) identified in the project's purpose and are connected to the larger context of their topic of study.

Identified relationships mostly focus on the answer to the main question(s) identified in the project's purpose and are connected to the larger context of their topic of study.

Identified relationships have little or no connection to the project's purpose nor to the larger context of their topic of study.

/10

(5-4.5)

(4-3.5)

(3-0)

Errors

Errors are clearly identified and the impact of these errors on data and conclusions are also identified and discussed.

Errors are clearly identified.

Errors are not clearly identified.

/5

(5-3.5)

(3-0)

Project Extensions

Ideas for future study of the project's topic along with suggestions for the project's improvement are identified.

Few or no ideas for future study of the project's topic along with suggestions for the project's improvement are present.

/5

Total Conclusion Points Earned

/40


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Author: Tom Henderson, Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, IL.
Multimedia Handbook of Engaged Learning Projects sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab. Funded by the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).
Created: July 9, 1997
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