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1 rubric Ozobot Playground       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
snowak
2 rubric Scientific Method Essay       popup preview  
Scientific Method: The student will be able to relate the steps in the Scientific Method and why and how each step is critical to the proper conduct of a scientific experiment.

Grade levels:   K-5  
toyinmafe60
3 rubric Energy Scene       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
jenniferhurst
4 rubric Science Model       popup preview  
Students create a science model. The model should be based on a scientific concept that is based on a topic of the student's choosing.

Grade levels:   K-5   9-12  
mdornier
5 rubric Vocabulary Word Wall       popup preview  
Rubric to score vocabulary word wall examples

Grade levels:   9-12  
mnadeau
6 rubric Severe Weather Project       popup preview  
Students will research a type of severe weather and create an informative Google presentation for use in class. The students can choose a weather or severe weather event that is of interest to them.

Grade levels:   6-8  
angelajo1803
7 rubric Biological Sciences       popup preview  
Designing a boat that floats and holds dice without sinking

Grade levels:   K-5  
jobarton
8 rubric A Model of Our Solar System       popup preview  
Students will take their knowledge of our solar system and create a 3-dimensional model of it. The planets should be in the correct order and be relatively proportioned to each other (example: Mars should not be bigger than Jupiter). The sun should be included as part of the solar system. All planets should be clearly labeled in some way. This is a project meant to not only see how students view the solar system, but to also showcase their creativity. Students are encouraged to use color and to get creative while learning. This project is worth 200 points and is due October 5th. Each student will have to present their project to the class, so they should come prepared to discuss how their 3-D solar system model was created and be able to discuss the solar system and a little about each planet.

Grade levels:   6-8   Grad  
Isadora13
9 rubric A Model of Our Solar System       popup preview  
Students will take their knowledge of our solar system and create a 3-dimensional model of it. The planets should be in the correct order and be relatively proportioned to each other (example: Mars should not be bigger than Jupiter). The sun should be included as part of the solar system. All planets should be clearly labeled in some way. This is a project meant to not only see how students view the solar system, but to also showcase their creativity. Students are encouraged to use color and to get creative while learning. This project is worth 200 points and is due October 5th. Each student will have to present their project to the class, so they should come prepared to discuss how their 3-D solar system model was created and be able to discuss the solar system and a little about each planet.

Grade levels:   6-8   Grad  
Isadora13
10 rubric Cooperative Learning Individual Student Accountability       popup preview  
Individual Student Accountability- Working in a Cooperative Learning Group.

Grade levels:   6-8  
tinabeck12
11 rubric PBS Career Journal       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
schoesler16
12 rubric Investigation Expectation       popup preview  
Expectations of work that should be done during a scientific investigation

Grade levels:   K-5  
ppadarha
13 rubric POWER POINT PRESENTATION PARTCIPATION       popup preview  
Students will be creating a Power Point Presentation that will highlight the different biomes, their many facets, current environment erosion problems and their affects on the endangered population located in the biomes. Students are required to produce a minimum of four slides that depict their biomes.

Grade levels:   6-8  
jamiezilar
14 rubric The Water Cycle Project Rubric       popup preview  
GPS: S4E3d. Explain the water cycle (evaporation, condensation, and precipitation). Develop a diagram/model of the water cycle. The diagram/model should explain the water cycle and include the steps during the cycle.

Grade levels:   K-5  
jbduvall
15 rubric Comparing Wildlife Habitats       popup preview  
Students will choose at least two different wildlife animals to research from the text "One Small Place in a Tree" by B. Brenner. Students will present their research facts to the class to broaden knowledge about the importance of habitat.

Grade levels:   K-5  
jammottola
16 rubric Design & Make (Simple circuit)       popup preview  
Students design and make a device that incorporates a simple electric circuit

Grade levels:   6-8  
Nestorjr
17 rubric Plant Growth Observation Journal       popup preview  
Over the course of two weeks, the students observe plant growth. Then they will create a plant journal by writing descriptions, drawing pictures, and recording data.

Grade levels:   K-5  
hancheta
18 rubric Plant Life Cycle       popup preview  
Students will describe and explain the life cycle of a plant and the roll of a plant in the food chain. Students will recognize differences and similarities between plant and animal cells. Students will draw and label pictures for each step of the plant life cycle. Students will write a description for each stage of the life cycle.

Grade levels:   K-5  
hancheta
19 rubric Natural Resources Poster       popup preview  
The students worked in a small group to create a poster about an assigned Natural Resource. They gathered information from their text book, their Science Journal, and their background knowledge.

Grade levels:   K-5  
lmraz26
20 rubric SQ4R       popup preview  
Rubricfor notes on textbook

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
MsCodio

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