Activating EnergyNet

Intervention Plan Rubric

1. Problem Statement

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Unable to communicate the problem addressed

Able to communicate the problem

Able to communicate the problem with a suggestion of the implications

Able to communicate the problem and possible implications

Able to communicate the problem, possible implications, and a plan for intervention

2. Resource Application

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No appropriate resources

One appropriate resource

One appropriate interpersonal and one appropriate text-based resource

Multiple resources, all appropriate

Multiple resources, all appropriate with the creation of a new resource

3. Organization and Integration of Information

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No organization evident or information copied from source

Information paraphrased; some attempt at organization

Information summarized; organizational pattern evident but lacks connections between sources

Information summarized with some connections between sources

All information summarized and smoothly integrated

4. Evaluation

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No conclusion or does not correctly evaluate hypothesis

Correctly evaluates hypothesis

Correctly evaluates hypothesis with explanation

Correctly evaluates hypothesis and proposes one change or alternative intervention

Correctly evaluates hypothesis and proposes several changes as possible alternative interventions

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Authors: Dr. Bonnie Kuhrt, Kathe Lacey-Anderson and Kim Provus from Carl Sandburg Jr. High School in Rolling Meadows, Illinois
Handbook of Engaged Learning Projects sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab. Funded by the Midwest Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education based at the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).
Last Updated: September 3, 1999
http://www-ed.fnal.gov/help/kuhet/student/energy_rubric2.html