Each Math in the Real World participant will be evaluated by your teacher as well as a panel of judges. Your teacher will grade you and/ or your partner on completeness, creativity, and your additional research. It is important to be as creative as possible and to think outside of the box. The rubric being used by your teacher is featured below. A panel of judges will evaluate your creativity and presentation. In addition to the panel, your teacher will also be observing your presentation as part of your grade.
|Completion||Assignment included 5 or more concepts.||Assignment included 4 concepts||Assignment included 3 or 2 concepts.||Assignment included one concept.||20|
|Creativity of Real World Applications||All applications are creative and do not incorporate any uses for basic math concepts.||Most applications are creative. They include one or two uses for basic math concepts.||Applications include most uses for basic math concepts. Some applications are creative.||Applications only show uses for basic math concepts. They are not creative.||20|
|Presentation||Presentation shows and explains all findings from research clear.||Presentation shows and explains most findings from research clear.||Presentation only shows or explains a few findings from research clear.||Presentation does not show or explain any findings from research clear.||20|
|Online Resources||Resources used from Web sites given as well as three or more additional sources.||Resources used from Web sites given as well as two additional sources.||Resources used from Web sites given as well as one additional source.||Resources only used from Web sites given. No additional sources.||20|
Total Score: 100