Question How can students evaluate the results of group projects?
. Facts—information that the students could build on in order to form ideas and concepts.
. Neat—important for overall appeal and ease in gaining knowledge
. Effort—in small group situations, one student has the potential for letting the whole group down.
And if group projects don’t measure up? NOT—“Not Our Thing.”
Comment: Memorable criteria—with some clarification. RayS.
Title: “FINE.” Susan Spear. Reading Teacher (September 1993), 77-78.