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Evaluation
The evaluation criteria is a way for you and the teacher to agree on “what is an exceptional project”.  What does it look like? Sounds like? Feel like?  What are the attributes of an “A” for this particular project?
The criteria available at the Resource Rack is downloadable and editable.  You can take parts of one and add them to another.  Perhaps you are developing a PowerPoint project, but you have a story embedded with narration and music.  You might merge the PowerPoint and the Story Assessments into one criteria chart (rubric).

Criteria at the Resource Rack
The end of the project is not the only time to look at assessment and evaluation.  
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In the Meet It section, you develop a criteria for the project.  You negotiated the criteria with the teacher.
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In the Learn it phase of your work you re-visited the criteria and made adjustments as needed.  You negotiated changes with your teacher.
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You checked the criteria in the Show It phase, to make sure you were producing what you were planning to produce and in the way that you and the teacher negotiated.
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You self-evaluate and submit your self-evaluation with the project.