SKETCHUP PROJECT RUBRIC
CATEGORY

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VARIETY (1)

Many different structures and
elements were used

10 or less el...
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Sketchup assessment rubric - Computer lab design

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Students have to design a new lab matching the existing lab dimensions that holds 26 + 1 desktop computers, some space for shared work and notebooks.

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Sketchup assessment rubric - Computer lab design

  1. 1. SKETCHUP PROJECT RUBRIC CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 VARIETY (1) Many different structures and elements were used 10 or less elements were used 5 or less elements were used 1 or 2 repeated elements make up all the design DETAILS (1) Shows big attention to detail Moderately detailed Few details No details – simple shapes only Design looks like a real-life image, it is complete and contains various original QUALITY (2) elements. The model looks neat, attractive, ans does not show geometry errors Student always uses class time effectively. Interactions with TIME other students are always MANAGEMEN related to the assigned task. T (1) Disruption of others is never a concern. Student is always selfMOTIVATION motivated and never needs (1) reminders and encouragement from others to finish the task. Most of the model looks lifelike, contains all the necessary elements, but does not show any original elements. Student uses class time effectively. Interactions with other students are related to the assigned task. Disruption of others is rarely a concern. Student is self-motivated and rarely needs reminders and encouragement from others to finish the task. Some elements are not appropriately proportioned, lacks cohesion, not all the computers are accounted for, there are wrong geometries and surfaces Student occasionally uses class time effectively. Interactions are occasionally related to the assigned task. Student is at times a distraction to others. Student is at times selfmotivated and occasionally needs reminders and encouragement from others to finish the task. Note: Time management and motivation categories were taken from the rubric of Mr. Munby shared on https://munby.wikispaces.com/Google+SketchUp+3 (1) = Weights 1 (2) = Weights double Model lacks proportion, is incomplete, lots of geometry errors Student rarely uses class time effectively. Interactions are seldom related to the assigned task. Student is often a distraction to others. Student is rarely self-motivated and relies on reminders and encouragement from others to finish the task.

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