Evaluate is the seventh stage of the Guided Inquiry Design Process
Adapted by Lee FitzGerald from Dr. Carol Gordon’s presentation – Redesigning Knowledge Spaces: From Information literacy to knowledge outcomes, Part 2, available at: http://www.powershow.com/view/13ba6e-YWRmM/Dr_Carol_Gordon_flash_ppt_presentation
Evaluate includes these elements:
- Rubrics – Summative assessment of process and product
- Reflections on process – SLIM Toolkit – final reflection
- Peer Review
Rubrics: Some examples
- Rubrics– About rubrics and GI
- Marking criteria and learning goals– example of marking criteria for product and process
- Rubric for a Research Project
- Critical Thinking Rubric
- Assessment homework report
- Outcomes checklist
- Project evaluation
- Assessment of oral presentation
Reflection on process
- Reflection Sheet 3– Final reflection from SLIM Toolkit
Students who have worked in a class wiki are very familiar with the work of their peers and Peer review can be very powerful.
Use the Praise Question Polish scaffold and students can upload these onto the wiki page they have reviewed.
Culminating Conversations: Teaching team
Students can also take part in a round table discussion of their learning. They are given a higher order question relating to, but not the same, as their inquiry question. It is perhaps the best way to observe how student-led inquiry has led to deep learning.