Evaluating Student Web Sites

Evaluating progress in developing a web site
Grading a student web site incrementally
Assessing individual contributions to a group project

 

EDU 122 Evaluation Form: Progress Towards Building a Group Web Site

Your group web site assignment is to investigate how adults and children think about the learning potential of a commonly accessible material artifact (or set of artifacts).” The table below may help you determine how well you are working. Based on your team's oral progress report, we offer the following suggestions for completing your web site:

Project Features (as defined in assignment)
Do you have a clear understanding of this aspect of the project?
Do you have a clear and feasible work plan?
What potential opportunities and challenges does your group face?
Profile of the material artifact you have chosen, its history, variation, distribution, etc.      
Vivid examples of the material artifact in use      
Your assessment of the pedagogic potential of this artifact      
A summary of adult ideas about the educational value of this artifact      
A summary of children's ideas about the educational value of this artifact      
An assessment of whether the child and adult perspectives you've investigated are consistent or inconsistent with specific course readings      

 

 

Grading a Student Web Site in Increments: EDU 122

Stage I = 10 points

-When all files are in your folder, according to guidelines, with proper naming conventions

-When allmembers of your group have answered all web prep exam questions correctly

Stage II = 10 points


-When your team has created a functioning web site

Stage III = 10 points

-When the instructors have evaluated the content of your web site

-After you prepare a commentary on the web sites you have developed and the contributions of other team members

 

 

Assessing Individual Contributions to a Group Project

WEB Site Group Assessment: edu 122                       

Your Name: _________________________

1.  What contributions did you make to your team’s web site?

2. How well did your group function in putting together the web site?

3.  Did any member of your group do substantially more than their fair share of the group’s work?

4.  If so, what did this person do?  And what is her/his name ________________?

5.  Did any member of your group do substantially less than their fair share of the group’s work?

6.  If so, what did this person fail to do that you think he/she should have done?  And what is his/her name ______________?

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