Final Exam Project Rubric

  • MATH SLHS 21st Century Skills Rubric

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    EXCEEDS STANDARDS = 5

    MEETS STANDARDS = 4

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    BELOW STANDARDS = 3

    FAILING = 2

    1. Creativity and Innovation:

    Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes.

    1. Develops and demonstrates innovative and valuable ideas using both existing and new knowledge, from a diverse number of sources, including information from unusual credible courses (adult expert, community member, business or organization, literature)

    2. Successfully implements creative and cohesive ideas to make a real and useful contribution to their work while promoting divergent and creative perspectives throughout the project.

    1. Develops innovative and valuable ideas using both existing and new knowledge, from a diverse number of sources.

    2. Applies creative ideas to make a real and useful contribution to their work while promoting divergent and/or creative perspectives throughout the project.

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    1. Attempts to develop innovative and valuable ideas using existing and/or new knowledge, from a diverse number of sources, (website, book, article)

    2. Attempts to apply creative ideas to make a contribution to their work but does not thoroughly promote divergent or creative perspectives throughout the project.

    1. Minimal attempt to develop innovative and valuable ideas using existing and/or new knowledge, from a limited number of sources.

    2. Minimally attempts to apply ideas to their work but does not promote divergent or creative perspectives throughout the project.

    2. Communication and Collaboration:

    1. Students communicate and/or work collaboratively (EX: with teacher, with peers, with community) where applicable

    2. Utilizes face-to-face and technological skills for communication (EX: e-mail, Google Classroom, Facetime, blogs, etc.)

    3. Project is able to be shared (EX: Classroom presentation, posting to web, internal display, etc.) to allow for learning.

    1. Communicates and/or collaborates with others in an outstanding manner using advanced skills in applicable environments..

    2. Demonstrates outstanding communication skills in all applicable environments.

    3. Finished project is easily shared and accessed by intended audience and demonstrates its intended purpose.

    1. Communicates and/or collaborates with others in an effective manner.

    2. Demonstrates effective skills in all applicable environments.

    3. Finished project is shared with intended audience but accessibility or purpose could be improved.

    1. Communicates and/or collaborates with others in an ineffective or inconsistent manner.

    2. Is inconsistent or ineffective in utilizing skills for communication.

    3. Finished project is ineffectively shared with intended audience and does not effectively demonstrate its intended purpose.

    1. Fails to communicate and/or collaborate with others.

    2. Fails to effectively use skills to communicate.

    3. Project is not finished or is not shared with intended audience and therefore does not demonstrate its intended purpose.

    3. Research and Information:

    Students gather, evaluate, and use information accurately and effectively.

    1.Utilizes sophisticated and/or original relevant and appropriate research strategies and sources.

    2. Gathers information from a variety of quality electronic and print sources. Primary sources were included if appropriate. Sources are relevant, balanced, and include critical readings relating to the thesis or problem.

    1. Utilizes sophisticated research strategies and sources.

    2. Gathers information from a variety of relevant sources- print and electronic.

    1.Utilizes simple research strategies and sources, but there is still inaccurate or incomplete information.

    2. Gathers information from a limited range of sources and displays minimal effort in selecting quality resources.

    1. Utilizes simple research strategies and sources, often not retrieving accurate or complete information.

    2. Gathers information that lacks relevance, quality, depth and balance.

    4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making: Examples include but are not limited to:

    • Multiple perspectives

    • *  Analyze the impact of the project

    • *  Drawing inferences /conclusions supported by evidence

    • *  Evaluate options and justify your choice

    • *  Identify a problem you encountered in the project and how you overcame it

    • *  Analyze and synthesize the key components of the project topic.

    • *  Connect concepts already learned to new content and contexts.

    • Apply knowledge learned from feedback.

    1. Uses 4 or more of the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills.

    1. Uses 3 of the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills.

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    1. Uses 2 of the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills.

    1. Uses 1 of the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills.

    5. Math/Computer Science Content:

    • *  Demonstrate mastery of concept(s)

    • *  Proper application of concept

    • *  Proper and accurate terminology

    • *  Accurate explanation of concept

    1. Mastery of concept is thoroughly demonstrated using an appropriate application.

    2. Proper and appropriate terminology is used with attention to detail in the explanation of the concept.

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    1. Mastery of concept is demonstrated using an appropriate application.

    2. Proper and appropriate terminology is used in the accurate explanation of the concept.

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    1. Concept is demonstrated using an appropriate application, but does not show mastery.

    2. Proper and appropriate terminology is attempted in the explanation of the concept.

    1. Concept is demonstrated but uses an application that is not appropriate.

    2. Terminology is used incorrectly and/or no explanation is present.

    6. Math/Computer Science Computations:

    • *  Proper procedures used

    • *  Accuracy of calculations

    • *  Proper notation and units (where applicable)

    • *  All work shown

    • *  Use of appropriate mathematical/computer science technology

    1. Concept is thoroughly demonstrated using proper procedures with accurate and complete calculations including proper notation, technology and units.

    2. All work is shown, appropriate, and error free.

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    1. Concept is demonstrated using proper procedures with accurate and complete calculations including proper notation, technology and units.

    2. All work is shown and appropriate.

    1. Concept is demonstrated using an acceptable procedure with accurate and/or complete calculations including proper notation or technology.

    2. All work is shown, appropriate, but contains errors.

    1. Concept is demonstrated but is inaccurate with incomplete calculations, improper notation or technology.

    2. Work is not shown and/or contains numerous errors.