Wednesday, November 3, 2010

How to create driving questions for my projects?

VIDEO OF THE WEEK | Alfred Solis



The TUBRICTM is not only a great hands-on activity to do with teachers during professional development, but it's also a great collaborative tool to help your students create their very own Driving Questions for their projects.

So just download it, print it, and build it!



Look mom & dad, I'm finally using my engineering degree! LOL!

If you want to design your very own Tubric, then go to tubric.com. An editable version is available!



SHOUT OUTS

I'd like to thank Steven Loser, Project Based Learning Coach of Wayne Township, for the inspiration.  I'd like to thank John Larmer for narrating the video.  I'd like to thank Common Craft for their style of simple videos.

TUBRIC! TUBRIC! TUBRIC!


Blogger-in-Training,

Alfred Solis
Director of New Media

6 comments:

  1. LOVE the Tubric! Awesome video!!

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  2. I really like the turbic! It can also be altered to do discussion questions with a group of students about a topic during or outside a project.

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  3. If you want to make your very own TUBRIC, then go to tubric.com. An editable version is available!

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  4. Any ideas on evaluation that makes sense?

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  5. @Dennis:

    Is that in regards to...
    - How to use the Tubric to evaluate?
    - How to evaluate projects designed by teachers?
    - How to evaluate student work?

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  6. ALERT: People are trying to make the Tubric out of card stock, but it causes structural problems. Ol' fashion paper works just fine!

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