VALUATING TECHNOLOGY

ebsites compiled by Sue LeBeau

*Rubrics are an excellent means by which you can objectively evaluate web and computer projects. Listed below are some ideas on how you can use rubrics in your technology classroom.

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*Rubrics_Links
*Technology_Rubrics
*Rubrics_for_Web_Lessons
*Multimedia_Book_Report_Rubric
*Rubric_for_Multimedia_Presentations
For use with HyperStudio, PowerPoint or KidPix
*MS_Publisher_Rubric
*Multimedia_Mania_Rubric
*Multimedia_Project_Rubric
*Another_Multimedia_Project_Rubric
*Software_Evaluation
*Rubrics_For_WebQuests
*Student_Web_Page/Multimedia_Project_Rubric
*World_Wide_Web_Page_Evaluation_Form
This site gives an on-line evaluation form for students to use to evaluate web pages.
*A_Rubric_for_Evaluating_Social_Studies_Web_Sites
Reviewing WWW sites can be a bit like reviewing a movie: we give it a thumbs up or a thumbs down. This rubric forces you to delve a little deeper and use the categories on this rubric to inform your opinion. At the end of the rubric is a space for you to compose an annotation about the site you are reviewing.
*Evaluating_Websites
*Web_Evaluation_for_Intermediate_Grades
*Web_Evaluation_Guide
*Web_Evaluation_Criteria
*Thinking_Critically_About_WWW_Resources
*Evaluation_Rubric
A rubric for evaluating teacher performance.
How effective have our core technology competencies (word processor, spreadsheet, Netscape, and email) been in helping the professional staff do things that they could not have done otherwise?

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