Extension projects provide numerous
opportunities for assessment and evaluation. Planning and creating
the extensions provides information about comprehension, interpretation,
and even active reading. One way to gather this information is to
roam the room during project work time, listening in on conversations,
and taking anecdotal notes. Before you begin, consider the
following guiding questions:
Guiding Questions: Evaluating
- What do I value about the extension
- What criteria should we use in
- How do I involve students in setting
- How to I develop a form or checklist
that identifies what should be evaluated?
- How do I include students in self-reflection?
- How can I involve students in providing
evaluative feedback to each other?