Project Rubric & Relevant Criteria

Project Rubric & Relevant Criteria

Project Rubric

Opening

Project Rubric

Work with a partner to review the project rubric.

  • Take 2 minutes to study the project rubric.
  • Then have one partner (without looking at the rubric) take 1 minute to describe the rubric as completely as possible to the other partner (who can see it). This partner should listen carefully to the description.
  • Briefly look at the rubric again together. The partner who was previously the listener should now take 30 seconds to add to the description—without repeating any of it.

Math Mission

Opening

Design and work on your project.

Project Work

Work Time

Project Work

Work on your project with your project group.

Part of your work today may involve planning, making calculations, and/or finding needed information.

When your presentation is finished, it must contain:

  • A written explanation of the mathematics in your project
  • Accurate representations (such as graphs, tables, and/or diagrams) of the mathematics in your project

Hint:

  • Use the project rubric to evaluate your project in its current state to make sure you are on the right track.

Make Connections

Performance Task

Make Connections

Look at the rubric again.

  • Notice the blank column with the heading Specific to This Project. Is there anything that you think should be added to this column?
  • Next look at the bottom row that is blank. Is there any scoring criterion for the project that you think should be added here?
  • Take a few minutes to discuss these questions with your partner. Write down any ideas you have.
  • Discuss your ideas as a class.
  • As you propose an idea, make sure to explain why you think it is important. After all ideas are discussed, the class will decide as a group whether or not to adopt any of the suggestions.

Reflect On Your Work

Work Time

Reflection

Write a reflection about the ideas discussed in class today. Use the sentence starters below if you find them to be helpful. When you are finished writing, share your reflections with your group.

Today my group accomplished …

Our next steps are …