Randy Grove

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Randy Grove
Posted over 1 year ago
Rubrics or assessments for students working in SOLE
I learned about SOLE through a parent sending me the video of Sugata Mitra talking and I was sold when I heard his research and passion from his work. I have a little flexibility with my curriculum, so I was able to take a litle time and create some questions and other materials that would be exciting for students. I would suggest sending the video link to a teacher that your 11 year old has and see if you get any kind of response! I hope this helps! Randy
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Randy Grove
Posted over 1 year ago
Rubrics or assessments for students working in SOLE
I tried a little digging and searching online, but it was difficult to find assessments and/or rubrics using SOLE. I have created my own rubric, using one and organizing it a little different from the original. I do have a few formative grades, as well as a summative. Proportion? That's a good question! I would say about half of the summative assessment will be about the content they have learned. The rest will be on presentation, grammar, etc. Thank you for responding!
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Randy Grove
Posted over 1 year ago
Rubrics or assessments for students working in SOLE
The students are in 6th grade, but I may also try with my 7th and 8th graders. I have a rubric that I have created for another assignment that I have adapted to try wih the SOLE project, which includes tasks like, "presentation is easy to read and legible" and "presentation has no technical problems or issues". I have made it 45 points total for the final project, but have created some check points along the way, such as notes and observation of student roles and so forth. Thank you for responding!