Project Example Part 5 – Evaluation

By Friday, November 16, 2012 No tags 0

This is the final part of a series where I share an example project – in five sections :-

  1. Planning
  2. Research
  3. Development
  4. Manipulative Skills
  5. Evaluation

This is the fourth section Evaluation and I welcome any comments or questions and then will publish what was given by the external examiner at the end of the series. Note our Design Technology department now asks all students to produce the folio as a PDF document that can easily be printed and shared and any freehand or other drawings scanned and attached to each sheet.

Anyway without further ado – the fourth section is Evaluation which has the following criteria:-

Evaluation
Levels/marks Aspect 1 Aspect 2 Aspect 3
Conclusion Procedure Recommendations
Complete/2 Provides clear evidence of a valid conclusion that addresses the brief or research question. Includes comprehensive evaluation of procedures at each stage of the investigation or project. Makes realistic recommendations for improvement.
Partial/1 Provides a reasonable conclusion that makes reference to the brief or research question. Includes limited evaluation of procedures. Makes some useful recommendations for improvement.
Not at all/0 Provides no valid conclusion. Includes no evaluation of procedures or procedures are teacher-directed. Makes no valid recommendations for improvement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please click on the following link to view the final section in Scribd – Evaluation DT Exemplar Project

2 Comments
  • James Chandler
    February 24, 2013

    Hi Alan,
    Thank you for posting the example copies, can I please ask what marks would have been awarded for the different aspects please.
    Thank you
    James

  • Erik
    July 29, 2013

    Dear Alan,

    Thank you for sharing a major DT project so i have a better understanding of the requirements. Could you please share the marks the student obtained for each phase? This will really help to understand what the expectations are.

    Thanks,

    Erik

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