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School Recycling

Rubric

 Student Page

 Presentation Page

 Scenario

 

 ACTIVITY

10 POINTS

7 POINTS

4 POINTS

1 POINT

CHARTING ACTIVITY

Keep track of waste products

 A thorough assessment of waste products was taken.  A good assessment of waste products was taken.  A limited assessment of waste products was taken.  Little or no assessment of waste products was taken.

TECHNOLOGY USAGE

Use of internet to contact schools via e-mail

A large number of schools were contacted regarding recycling programs and numerous waste resources were used.  A large number of schools were contacted regarding recycling programs and many waste resources were used. A few number of schools were contacted regarding recycling programs and limited waste resources used.  Internet resources and e-mail were not used sufficiently to make a productive recycling plan from resources.

 DATA BASE

Design and collect data for a data base to efficiently assess resources.

Data base was used effectively to organize and maintain information generated from numerous resources.

Data base was used to organize and maintain information generated from many resources.

 

Data base was used to organize and maintain information generated from many resources. Effective use was limited because of organization and/or number of resources. Insufficient use of data base and/or unorganized data preventing fair analysis of problem situation.
PRESENTATION OF SCHOOL RECYCLING PROGRAM Plan reflects meaningful use of investigative process and resources used. Solution is feasible, meaningful and creative. Plan reflects good use of investigative process and resources used. Solution is feasible, meaningful. Plan reflects use of investigative process and resources used. Solution is possible. Plan reflects little use of investigative process and resources used. Solution is at best adequate.

TOTAL SUMMARY OF POINTS EARNED _______/ 40 = _______ %


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Author(s): Mary A. Warren
School:  Lemont-Bromberek S.D. 113, Lemont, IL  60439
Created: May 14, 1998- Updated: May 15, 1998
URL: http://www-ed.fnal.gov/lincon/w98/projects/mwarren/rubric.html