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Schoolyard Habitat Project built by Beenish

Rubric Code: XXCB565
In the Schoolyard Habitat Project students research, design and implement a plan to enhance their school campus by creating insect habitats, providing nesting sites for birds, planting native plants or even removing weeds and invasive plants from the school grounds. This project emphasizes simple, low or no-cost student-led actions to make a difference in their community, their school.
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Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


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Student Learning targets/Goals
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Student learning goals are not clear and specific
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Student learning goals are clear but not specific
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Student learning goals are clear and specific

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The project is not focused on standards-derived knowledge and understanding
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The project is focused on teaching students specific and important knowledge, understanding, and skills derived from standards and central to academic subject areas
Process Skills
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No process skills are targeted
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Process skills are not age-appropriate
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Process skills are not taught or assessed
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Process skills are taught and assessed
Challenging Problem or Question
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The project is not focused on a central problem or question
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The project is focused on a central problem or question
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The project is focused on an age-appropriate central problem or question

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The project is not framed by driving question
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The project is framed by a related driving question
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The project is framed by a related driving question which is open-ended

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Driving question is not aligned with goal
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Sustained Inquiry
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Students do not generate questions to guide inquiry
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Students generate few questions to guide inquiry
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Students generate questions throughout the project to guide inquiry

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No questions and the path of the project is not affected
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Questions are addressed but the path of the project is not affected
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Questions are addressed and the path of the project is affected
Authenticity
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It lacks real-world context
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It somewhat provides real-world context
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It provides real-world context

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The project does not make a real impact on the world
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The project makes a slight impact on the world
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The project makes a real impact on the world

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The project does not speak to students’ personal concerns and interests
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The project slightly speaks to students’ personal concerns and interests
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The project speaks to students’ personal concerns and interests
Student Voice & Choice
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Students are not given opportunities to express their voice and make choices
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Students are given limited opportunities to express their voice and make choices
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Students are given multiple opportunities to express their voice and make choices

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Content and process of the project is teacher directed
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Content and process of the project is teacher and student directed
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Content and process of the project is student directed with guidance

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Students do not work independently
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Students work independently to some extent
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Students work independently
Reflection
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Students did not reflect during or after the project
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Students reflected either during or after the project
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Students reflected during and after the project

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Students did not reflect about project design
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Students slightly reflected about project design
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Students deeply reflected about project design

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Students did not reflect about what and how students learn
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Students slightly reflected about what and how students learn
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Students deeply reflected about what and how students learn
Critique & Revision
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Students do not get any feedback
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Students get limited and irregular feedback
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Students get ongoing and structured feedback

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Students get feedback only from the teacher
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Students get feedback only from the teacher and peers
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Students get feedback only from the teacher, peers and people from outside the class

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Students do not revise their work
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Students revise but do not improve their work
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Students revise and improve their work
Product
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Students do not make their work public
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Students make their work public only to their classmates and teacher
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Students make their work public to class mate, teacher and people beyond the class

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Students did not explain how they worked and what they learned
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Students explained briefly how they worked and what they learned
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Students explained in detail how they worked and what they learned

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Students did not explain the reason behind the choices they made
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Students explained briefly the reason behind the choices they made
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Students explained in detail the reason behind the choices they made



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