Guide

Working with Projects - Self Evaluation

Published: 01.06.2011
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In accordance with curriculum students are expected to:

  • to present a major in-depth project on a topic either related to the aims/objectives of the course or another subject within your program area, and
  • to provide an assessment of the process.

FINAL LOG - PROJECT SELF EVALUATION

Should be completed and handed in soon after your oral presentation. This final log is part of your overall project grade. Check with your teacher for specifics/changes.

Cooperative Learning (those in groups)

  1. Was the work evenly divided and did my partner contribute enough/do his-her share?
  2. Were there any other problems? Please explain.
  3. What have I learned from this experience – will I work together with a partner again or perhaps alone is best?

Independent Learning

(to be completed by ALL students)
Reflection: looking back at my own work

  1. What do I feel I did well?
  2. What could I have done better?
  3. Evaluation of entire process: What would I change/ do differently next time when I have a similar project?
  4. What are the difficulties encountered during a project? How are they overcome?
  5. Did I find the checklists useful? Did I use them?

 Goal/Objectives: achieving the goals

  1. What did I learn from this project? How can I use this on an exam or in general, in future life?

Self Assessment

What grade would I give myself?

Planning/Reseach/Writing/Revising/Completion of Logs
below average             average              above average
        2                           3 - 4                        5 - 6

Actual Oral  Presentation
below average             average              above average
        2                           3 - 4                        5 - 6

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