WebQuest

Setting Goals, Giving Feedback, & Student Self-Assessment

Evaluation

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Evaluation Tasks


1. Submit the notes you've taken during your quest.  These are for your own reference, for use in your future classroom!  For the sake of submission here, you will need to take thorough enough notes to illustrate that you worked through all of the content.  However, feel free to use whatever format works for you!  It can be a list of ideas, quotes from the articles, some kind of graphic organizer... Whatever you find most helpful!

2. Create an artifact/tool for the classroom that you can use with your future students to accomplish a self-assessment, the setting of a goal, or to elicit feedback from them.  This can be a questionnaire, rubric, form to rate items on, or some other type of activity. 

3. Give feedback (in the form of your Comments attached to the "Evaluate WebQuest" section you'll complete as part of our assignment this week) to me about how this process was for you—using the best practices you will have learned through the quest.

Please see the rubric below. 

Rubric

# Distinguished Proficient Developing Unsatisfactory Score
Notes Notes demonstrate thorough understanding of all three topics, and are clearly phrased and structured for continuing use in a classroom. Notes demonstrate understanding of the topics, and seem to be structured for continuing use in a classroom. Notes demonstrate understanding of some of the topics, but may or may not seem to be structured for use in a classroom setting. Notes demonstrate little understanding of the topics studied, and are not well structured for easy continued use. __/4
Self-assessment Tool (worksheet, list of questions, description of activity, etc.) Tool demonstrates understanding of what quality self-assessment should accomplish. Tool is ready for student use (in student-friendly language, and free of spelling and grammar errors). Tool demonstrates understanding of what self-assessment should accomplish. Tool is ready for student use (in student-friendly language, and at least mostly free of spelling and grammar errors). Tool demonstrates minimal understanding of what self-assessment should accomplish. Tool is not yet ready for student use. Tool demonstrates little or no understanding of what self-assessment should accomplish. Tool is clearly not ready for student use. __/4
Feedback on WebQuest Feedback clearly demonstrates best practices discussed in quest material, including positive language with some constructive criticism. Feedback demonstrates some of the best practices discussed in quest material, including positive language with some constructive criticism. Feedback minimally demonstrates practices in quest material, and may be phrased in a more harsh or critical way than recommended. Feedback does not demonstrate practices in quest material, and/or phrasing is not very professional/structured. __/4

Total Score: __/12

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