Student Observation Sheet and Rubric


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Student Observation Rubric

Attributes

Above Standard

At Standard

Attribute Still A Goal

Attribute Points Earned

Points Possible

(5-4.5)

(4.0-3.5)

(3.0-0)

Measurements

Consistently made careful measurements taking time to see that the measurements made sense.

Usually made careful measurements taking time to see that the measurements made sense.

Consistently made measurements without care or reflection.

/5

Use of Class Time

Came to class prepared and equipped; made effective use of time; were always on task and actively involved in the project.

Usually came to class prepared and equipped; usually made effective use of time; were usually on task and actively involved in the project.

Came to class unprepared a majority of the time, not using time effectively or staying on task.

/5

Journal

Kept up-to-date, organized, and labeled journal of all measurements, observations, questions, contacts, and progress. Organizatin and reflection are evident.

Kept up-to-date, organized, and labeled journal of all measurements, observations, questions, contacts, and progress.

Journal is incomplete or missing.

/5

Project Sustainment

Sustained the project with virtually no intervention from teacher; utilized problem-solving skills to implement the technology.

Sustained the project with some intervention from teacher; utilized problem-solving skills to implement the technology.

Project was not sustained or was sustained with considerable help from the teacher.

/5

Team Work

Consistently worked together as a well-coordinated team; divided large task into a number of smaller tasks; smaller tasks were assigned to team members; team members pulled their own share.

Usually worked together as a well-coordinated team; usually divided large task into a number of smaller tasks; smaller tasks were usually assigned to team members; team members pulled their own share.

Team did not work together and effectively split up tasks. Outside intervention was needed to help split up work; team members did not pull their own share.

/5

Communication and Leadership

Project leader was assigned; effectiveness of his/her role was clearly evident by the level of communication and coordination with each other and the teacher.

Project leader was assigned; effectiveness of his/her role was usually evident by the level of communication and coordination with each other and the teacher.

Project leader was not assigned or was not effective as evidenced by the lack of communication and coordination.

/5

Observation Point Total

/30


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Information Summary Rubric

Project Proposal Rubric

Data and Graph Rubric

Discussion of Results Rubric

Presentation Rubric

Student Observation Rubric

Group Summary

 


Summary

Scenario

Student Pages

Scoring Rubrics

Basic Research Qs

Internet Links

Collabor'n Ideas

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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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