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iRubric: Inertia Beads Reflection Assignment rubric

iRubric: Inertia Beads Reflection Assignment rubric

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Inertia Beads Reflection Assignment built by Jeanc2013

Rubric Code: DX9X68B
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Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Homework   Quiz   Reflection  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Mastery
3 pts
Understanding
2 pts
Misunderstanding
1 pts
No Attempt
0 pts
Reflection Content
Mastery

Student demonstrates mastery by properly correlating all 5 science terms (force, mass, acceleration, inertia, and gravity) into their free response as to why the beads behaved the way they did.
Understanding

Student demonstrates understanding by properly correlating 3 or 4 science terms (force, mass, acceleration, inertia, and gravity) into their free response as to why the beads behaved the way they did.
Misunderstanding

Student demonstrates a misunderstanding by properly correlating 1 or 2 science terms (force, mass, acceleration, inertia, and gravity) into their free response as to why the beads behaved the way they did..
No Attempt

Student did not submit or complete assignment, or failed to properly correlate any of the terms to the bead's behavior.



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