I used a variety of pertinent resources.
I correctly cited all sources used.
I collected enough information to understand the main idea
of the project.
I used information from electronic sources.
I utilized information from scientific journals.
I utilized information from textbooks in class.
I found recent materials so my information is up to date.
I used only reliable resources.
I used resources that had data to support the claims.
I created a storyboard as an organizer and/or a summary for a lab project.
I wore safety glasses throughout the duration of the lab during all
of the required times.
I cleaned all of the glassware when I was through with it.
I picked up any mess that I created during the lab.
I answered all lab questions to the best of my understanding.
I wore appropriate shoes for the lab.
I reported any accidents to my teacher, no matter how minor I thought
I returned all lab materials and equipment to where they belonged after
I followed the scientific method to do my project.
I was able to communicate my observations clearly and concisely.
My observations were appropriate in number.
Careful observation allowed me to discover something I did not know
I described in detail the object(s) I was instructed to observe.
I was able to separate my opinion from fact in what I observed.
I drew all items as accurately as I could.
I labeled all items.
I described as many physical properties as I could find.
I actively participated with other group members.
I showed respect and support for fellow team members.
I contributed both time and effort.
I listened to my partner's ideas.
I listened to my group's ideas.
I provided ideas that contributed to success of the project.
Without my help, we could not have completed this project.
I held both myself and other group members accountable for high quality
I connected concepts with other unit areas we have studied in class.
I showed an ability to connect these concepts with larger ethical issues.
I connected these concepts with other issues of importance to our society
I connected these concepts with my previous knowledge in the area.
My new knowledge allowed me to ask a higher-level question than I previously
I showed how this scientific lesson related to social issues outside
I showed how the historical context of this area relates to our present
understanding of it.
I described how technological advances have changed our understanding
of this topic.
I found something to observe and clearly described my question.
I gathered information that helped me understand what I am investigating.
I chose a title for the project that allows others to know what it is
I explained why I chose the topic that I did and what I need to do to
answer my question.
I stated what kinds of variables could effect my results.
I made a hypothesis and worded it so it could be tested.
I designed an experiment that will try to answer my question(s).
I used appropriate equipment and techniques to perform my experiment.
I performed the experiment and recorded the results.
I summarized the results and then drew conclusions.