Formative:
(Examples to be posted upon completion)

•  Checklists - To measure progress toward the project objectives
                    Project Completion Checklist

•  Rubrics - To measure the final product and the extent of student learning
                   To be made with the students

•  KWL Chart - To determine prior knowledge about technology
                  
•  Journals - To measure progress and student learnings
                   Self reflection of work and presentations
                   Click here to view student journals

•  Peer Editing and Peer Review - Allows students to work collaboratively to improve their work
                   Ongoing, using guidelines from Teamwork T-chart

•  Walkaround - To measure the extent of student learning
                   Teachers will give immediate feedback to students
                   Teachers will keep anectodal notes for reflection and future mini-lessons

•  Conferences - To measure the extent of student learning
                   Teachers will guide student and give feedback on project development





Summative:

  Project - To measure the extent of student learning
                Click here to see student projects

•  Project Presentation - To measure the extent of student learning
 

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