Rubric: “Project draft”
CURRICULAR INNOVATION AND INTEGRATION
Varied pedagogical methods are proposed. Students' creativity, autonomy and
responsibility are fostered. The project is clearly related to the curricular design of one
or more subjects.
1 None There are no references to curricular or methodological elements.
2 Improvable Areas covered by the project are mentioned as well as contents and
curricular objectives, but vaguely.
3 Good The contents and objectives are described specifically. There is a
clear methodological approach.
4 Very good Contents, objectives and methodology are described in some detail.
Information is given about how the work is integrated into the
project in evaluation of the areas involved.
COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION
Communication and information exchange processes are evaluated, referring both
to teachers and pupils. They include activities such as voting, contests, etc. aimed at
fostering contact with the partners' products. Communication is the starting point
for collaboration. Pupils collaborate in teams, where they are co-creators of
materials together with their partners.
1 None No collaboration or communication between partners is proposed.
2 Improvable Communication channels are established and final products are
foreseen for sharing.
3 Good Things produced by groups will be employed by another group to
progress in their work: e.g. preparing a travel book by chapters.
4 Very good Pupil groups will be of mixed nationality; they will work together
and interact from the beginning of the creation process, not only
exchanging finished products.
USE OF TECHNOLOGY
How will technology be used? Will it be used by teachers and pupils? With which
goals: discussion, sharing information, team organization, creation...?
1 None The use of technological tools is not planned.
2 Improvable The use of basic tools tailored to the activities and objectives are
planned, but it will mostly be teachers that employ them.
3 Good Tools planned are tailored to the activities and objectives, as well as
the age of the pupils, who will use them regularly.
4 Very good In addition to the above, the tools planned are not common ones or
are used creatively. There is a clear space for pupil initiative.
RESULTS, IMPACT AND DISTRIBUTION
What objectives does the project have? Which visible final products are expected?
Which impact is aimed at? How will the project be evaluated? Is there any
1 None No planned objectives or expected results are mentioned
2 Improvable The planned objectives and expected results are described, but
3 Good The objectives and results are described specifically. Project
evaluation mechanisms are mentioned.
4 Very good Evaluation mechanisms are described specifically. A documentation
compilation plan is foreseen, and dissemination of the project and
its results inside and outside the educational community.
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Rubric for evaluating project drafts in their initial stages