Beyond, beyond --
extension ideas and activities for Teaching with PowerPoint in
One of the
questions arising from using PowerPoint for student projects
and presentations is how to score them. Below are some
examples of rubrics for scoring these presentations and
templates for creating your own.
See this summary
Scoring Power Points.
The Educational Technology
Journal 10 (1), September 2000
extension of PPT in the classroom deals with mobile technology
-- getting PPT to play on an iPOD--yes, it can be done!
See #2. below.
Creating a PPT to play on an iPod
Using/Creating rubrics for presentations and projects
Teacher Rubric Maker
-- rubrics for many topics, including speaking, writing,
participation, teamwork, projects, listening, WebQuests,
math, maps (select a category and find a link to the
generator at the bottom; rubrics are ready-made and
therefore cannot be customized on the Web; they can be
copied and pasted into Word for editing purposes).
Kathy Schrock's Rubrics (http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/assess.html)
-- rubrics for many
skills/topics, in particular
EVO PowerPoint team:
Paula Emmert, Roger Drury, Kent Matsueda, Jessica Noyes, and Sandy
December 19, 2012