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Project
Format
ICT 
Outcomes
Assessment
Rubric
Teacher/Student
Reflections
Index Page
(Student Work)
  
Score:
1
  • Always worked cooperatively in their group.
  • Consistently demonstrated leadership in problem solving. 
  • Experimented with many different structural designs, and evaluated their benefits.
  • Excellent ability to clearly explain their robot and design process during sharing.
  • Journal entries always detailed, reflective and neat.
  • Completed a robot that performed a meaningful task.
  • Used a wide variety of materials in highly creative ways, that added to the function of the robot.
  • Constructed an exceptional program that enhanced the design and used a large variety of programming elements.
2
  • Usually worked cooperatively in their group.
  • Usually demonstrated leadership in problem solving.
  • Experimented with several structural designs and usually evaluated their benefits.
  • Journal entries usually detailed and reflective and quite neat.
  • Completed a robot that performed a task.
  • Used a variety of materials in creative ways.
  • Constructed a good program that fit the design and used a variety of programming elements.
3
  • Worked cooperatively in their group with reminders.
  • Sometimes demonstrated leadership in problem solving.
  • Experimented with a few structural designs and with assistance evaluated their benefits.
  • Journal entries sometimes detailed and reflective
  • Completed a robot.
  • A variety of materials used.
  • Constructed a basic program successfully downloaded to the RCX.
4
  • Difficulty working cooperatively in their group.
  • Rarely showed leadership in problem solving.
  • Little experimentation with structural design.
  • Journal entries rarely detailed and reflective, and more care needed in presentation
  • Robot not yet completed.
  • Only basic pieces used, adding little to the design.
  • Attempted to create a program to match their robot's design.
5
  • Disrupted and did not work cooperatively in their group.
  • Showed no leadership in problem solving.
  • Almost no experimentation with structural design.
  • Journal entries incomplete.
  • Robot not close to being completed.
  • Insufficient pieces used in robot.
  • Did not attempt programming.
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