Task 7 - Testing and DebuggingCategory
Please find rubric attached.
A rubric for this unit should address the achievement standards, and the ones that I think are most apposite are:
- Plan and manage digita..
One effective way to assess the students would be through a port folio. students will have to explain there progress for the day and all o..
The following is a very simple rubric that I have created that represents something simular to what i have experienced within my schooling..
The WA curriculum provides a good starting point for learning goals (for example, see Year 9 Digital Technologies page https://k10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au/home/p-10-curriculum/curriculum-browser/technologies
I am looking to implement this technique this year as a step up from what we do in Year 8 so I don't have a rubric developed as yet although many of the resources have given me food for thought.
We use OneNote quite a lot in our classroom delivery so I am considering making an electronic version that can track progress over time as well. I think students being able to see their own growth is really important.
If I can make this work I think I will make separate (quite similar though) for self and peer evaluation.
As a PD provider I have not developed any classroom rubrics that are directly related to game deign. Some of the assessment rubrics posted here look very time-consuming. I wonder if anyone has come up with a program or software that could be used to automate the process of marking student work?
As I don't teach this subject (more's the pity!) I haven't had to come up with a rubric. Our school does it a bit different from other stuff posted here…
However, here's an awesome rubric I like, because it's practical and specific
Here is a very basic example rubric, as I am not yet implementing programming with a group of students. #exploreTask7
Here is a rubric for a Game Design Assignment that I developed.