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1 rubric Newton's Laws of Motion Project       popup preview  
Student create a presentation, skit or video describing Newton's Three Laws of Motion. Your project must include the description of Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and at least 2 videos that accurately represent each of the Laws of Motion (6 videos in total) along with a short description on how each video represents the law. The videos that you find can not be instructional videos, but rather videos of normal, everyday things that can be used as examples of Newton's three laws.

Grade levels:   9-12  
cjjennings
2 rubric Student-Taught Lesson       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
cjjennings
3 rubric Homework Completion Rubric       popup preview  
Students will know homework expectations which would include completeness, accuracy, requirements, legibility and time management.

Grade levels:  
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4 rubric Engineering Design Process       popup preview  
This rubric is used to assess the students' use of the engineering design process.

Grade levels:   K-5  
cjjennings
5 rubric Cooking with Convection, Conduction, Radiation       popup preview  
Menu Project

Grade levels:   6-8  
cjjennings
6 rubric Rube Goldberg       popup preview  
student created a rube Goldberg machine consisting of 4 simple machines that must run for at least 10 seconds

Grade levels:   6-8  
cjjennings
7 rubric Electric House Assessment Project       popup preview  
Students will be assessed on the following criteria learned in class: Wiring a series and parallel circuits, explain whether it is a alternating or direct current. Illustrate a flow of electric charges and conventional flow of current, calculate the amount of current and resistance in the series and parallel circuit from a schematic design of each circuit.

Grade levels:   9-12  
cjjennings
8 rubric Mr./Miss Wanted Magnet Poster       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
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