|Below Expectations||Meets Expectations||Exceeds
(these are suggestions; you might find other ways to exceed expectations)
|Objectives||Described objectives of the project but not how they match your classroom's objectives.
||Compared the objectives of your classroom to the objectives of the project.||
|Technical Needs||Listed the technical requirements of the project.||Clearly analyzed the technical requirements of participating in the project with the technology available to you.||Prepared a proposal for your administration for how to address technical needs for this project.|
|Detailed Plan||Briefly listed activities that students will participate in for the project.||Prepared a detailed plan of exactly what you and your students will do as you participate in the project, including online and offline activities.||Demonstrated anticipation of long-term needs such as reserving equipment or labs in advance.|
|Contingency Plans||Mentioned possible problems that might occur without presenting possible solutions, or missed some obvious problems that might occur.||Anticipated difficulties and roadblocks that might occur while participating in the project and discussed what you might do to get around them.||Prepared detailed contingency plans for overcoming problems.|
|Closure||Did not discuss closure.||Described plans for closure within your classroom for the project.||(none)|
|Evaluation||Mentioned ideas for evaluation.
||Described your plans for evaluating the success or failure of the project in your own classroom and how you will determine whether to do it again.||Included a complete evaluation plan for the project.|
|Web Page||You have created this lesson in the form of a Web page, but you have many errors on your page. Or you have pages in your site that should be Web pages but are not.||You have created this lesson in the form of a Web page (even if you would hand it out to students on paper) that includes correct HTML tags (although it is not required that you use HTML to create the page). All pages are created in the form of a Web page (except possibly a couple of pages where a Web page doesn't make as much sense as a Word or other type of file). Hint: don't leave something as a Word document out of laziness, but don't force something to be a Web page when it naturally should be some other type of document.||(none)
|Grammar, Spelling, and Usage||The number of grammar, spelling, and usage errors exceeds a few.||Correct grammar, spelling, and usage is used throughout the project||(none)|
||The proect is extremely well done in ways that don't fit into the other categories. This will be used rarely but allows the instructor to assign a higher grade for work that is of very high quality.|