Project rubrics outline the criteria used to evaluate student work. A Scratch project rubric can be generated by the teacher or together with students. Rubrics are easy to use and helpful:
Excellent: Project is very creative and clearly demonstrates
unique ideas. Well written advanced design.
Good: Creative and has a unique design.
Average: Somewhat creative and unique ideas. Some project design may have been copied from other projects.
Needs more work: Project incomplete.
Excellent: Project is extremely user-friendly.
Good: Project is user friendly and easy to understand.
Average: Project is not so user-friendly; some parts are not easy to understand.
Needs more work: Project is not user friendly. Difficult to understand what it does or how to use it.
Excellent: Scripts are all working, very well designed and using
advanced programming techniques. Student has very good understanding of scripts.
Good: All scripts are working and the student understands all the scripts.
Average: Scripts may have some errors and do not work perfectly. Student does not understand some of the scripts.
Needs more work: Scripts do not work.
Excellent: Are all named properly, and very well designed.
They fit together very well making the project look
like an advanced design.
Good: Are all named properly and blend nicely together to enhance the project design.
Average: Some have not been named and do not blend well into the project.
Needs more work: They have not been named correctly. They are designed poorly and distract from the project design.
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Goodrich, H. 1997. Understanding rubrics. Educational Leadership 54 (4): 14-17. Retrieved Nov. 4, 2012, from: http://learnweb.harvard.edu/alps/thinking/docs/rubricar.htm .