Group 2/2A News December 12 Product due soon

posted Dec 12, 2011, 9:50 AM by Robert Quindazzi
All,

Your Product Due date and accompanying evaluation will be upon us quickly.  Please take a few minutes to read the below documents and watch the Senior Project Product Evaluation Video. 


2012 Senior Project Product Requirements

Product presentation and  judging will take place on 1/5 and 1/6 for Group 2 and 2A students.  Students will be scheduled sometime during the school day.

On the Day of Product Evaluations you will:
  1. Report to the Multipurpose Room at the scheduled time.
  2. Bring the required items (see yes test)
  3. Be prepared to answer questions for the judges.
    1. Especially be ready to explain your learning stretch
  4. This is not a formal oral presentation; you need not dress up.
    1. You must meet the school dress code
  5. Be sure that you have done what you said you would in your Letter of Intent.
    1. If you said you would do a video, do a video.


PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS

1.  Product reflects a learning stretch beyond the knowledge the student already knows and demonstrates a connection to the research paper.

2.  Product must be student driven as evidenced by the portfolio documentation process.   

· Physical product must be presented for judging as well a through documentation of the process

  · Required minimum of five documentary photographs of the process. Photographs must be displayed sequentially and be captioned. (5 is lame- do 10!)

· Required signed time log documenting steps taken and amount of time spent.  

· May also contain video/other digital evidence as applicable.

3.  Product must reflect a minimum of 15 hours logged towards completion, Parent initials and signatures are required

4.   Student must be prepared to present their product to the judges and answer questions.



PRODUCT YES TEST


In order for your product to be evaluated, it must contain the following basic components.  A “NO” on ANY single item will result in your product not being evaluated until the “NO” indicator is completed.   
YES   NO

____ ____     The product is the product approved in the letter of intent.

____ ____     The documentation is the documentation approved in the letter of intent.

_____ ____ Physical product (if applicable) is present or product contains other
                          evidence of thorough documentation as applicable.

_____ _____   Product has a required minimum of five documentary
                          photographs. Photographs must be dated, displayed sequentially, and be captioned

_____ _____   Product has the required time log of a minimum 15 hours
                          logged towards completion, Parent initials and signature required

_____ _____   Product Completed.


PRODUCT RUBRIC


Name__________________________________________Date___________
Topic _________________________________________________________

4

Above the Standard

3

Meets the Standard

2

Approaches the Standard

1

Below the Standard









Application of Knowledge
⇫Student applies and expands upon new knowledge to complete the product.
⇫Accuracy of information presented shows the student understands complex concepts learned while completing the product.
⇫The product demonstrates complex synthesis, evaluation, analysis, and development of the topic beyond prior knowledge of the subject.
⇫Student applies prior knowledge and/or new knowledge to complete the product.
⇫Student applies general knowledge and exhibits understanding of concepts learned while completing the product.
⇫The product demonstrates synthesis,
evaluation, analysis, and development of the topic beyond prior knowledge of the subject.
⇫Student does not clearly incorporate new knowledge to complete the product.
⇫Student applies general knowledge but does not distinctly exhibit understanding of concepts learned while completing the product.
⇫The product shows limited evidence that the student worked to synthesize, evaluate, analyze, and/or develop the subject.
⇫Student does not incorporate new knowledge to complete the product.
⇫Student does not apply general knowledge and does not exhibit understanding of concepts learned while completing the project.
⇫The product does not show evidence that the student worked to synthesize, evaluate, analyze, and/or develop the subject.





Craftsmanship/Technique
⇫The product demonstrates a high degree of planning and design.
⇫The product demonstrates a high degree of quality – finished, neat, and engaging.
⇫Student incorporates a high degree of available resources and applicable technology.
⇫The product reflects evidence of planning and design.
⇫The product is finished and neat.
⇫Student incorporates available resources and applicable technology.
⇫The product reflects little evidence of planning and design.
⇫The product is finished but not neat.
⇫There is little evidence that the student incorporated available resources and applicable technology.
⇫The product reflects no evidence of planning and design.
⇫The product is unfinished.
⇫There is no evidence that the student incorporated available resources and applicable technology.
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