Today’s Learning Goal…
Assess you and your friend’s blueprint using the Success Criteria checklist and ‘How to hack a level four,’ found in April, 24, 2013 post. You must be able to use the blog to go back to our learning goals, success criteria and exemplars.
How to use success criteria when assessing yourself
1. Go over your own work first. Check all of the Success Criteria that you have completed so far, circle the Criteria that you still need to complete.
2. Provide feedback to yourself. Use the ‘How to hack a level four’ criteria to identify at least two things you are going to do to improve your work. Perhaps most importantly, identify at least two things you’ve done really well.
3. Be honest…if you have a few 90 degree angles ask yourself if you could change them somehow.
4. Be Kind…just because you haven’t reached all of your Success Criteria, it doesn’t mean you haven’t worked hard
5. When you are finished hand your work to a friend.
How to use Success Criteria when assessing a friend
1. Do not look at what your friend wrote yet. Check off all of the Success Criteria that has been completed by your friend and circle the ones that need to be completed. You are going to have to use a protractor and a ruler to make sure everything is accurate.
2. Provide feed back to your friend. ‘Use the ‘How to hack a level four’ criteria to identify two things your friend could do and identify two things your friend has done really well. Everyone wants to know something positive about their work
3. Be honest… if you see a few things that don’t meet the Criteria it’s better for your friend to know now then 10 minutes before handing in the final product. Being a good friend means being honest about work
4. Be kind…it’s not easy for someone to hear about things that need to be improved. When you give feedback be nice about it.
Remember this…when Walt Disney began production of Walt Disney World he intended for it to never be finished. He vowed to always keep being innovative and to improve things in the Park. Always strive to improve your projects.
Now get back to it and continue to create. Next Week I will be using the Success Criteria to assess your work!