Overall Project Assessment Ideas for All Online Thinking Tools
Assess learners using multiple forms:
Multiple assessors—such as the learners themselves, peers, the teacher, and mentors
Multiple units of assessment—such as individual learners, groups, the whole class
formats—such as written work (formal assignments and informal
journal entries), observations (of group activities and individual
work), presentations, informal discussions and questions, project
designs, and the final media product
Require learners to complete journals, learning logs, essays, or other written reflection activities.
Set up a role-play, experiment, scenario, or other hands-on activity to assess skills and knowledge.
Use debates, interviews, or oral presentations to uncover the depth of learners' understanding and comprehension.
learners create a final project, such as a presentation or publication,
that analyzes, evaluates, and proposes new action based on the use of
the online thinking tools and the learners' corresponding research.
Some of the information above is modified from:
Rubric to Assess a PBL (Project-Based Learning) and Rubric
Project Based Learning with Multimedia