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Observationchecklist analysingskillsattitudesknowledge

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Observation checklist for 21st century skills developed during Internet-based projects
Observation checklist for 21st century skills developed during Internet-based projects

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Oracle Thinkquest Project Observation Checklist
Often, there are skills, attitudes, knowledge and problem solving capabilities which cannot be TAUGHT. They haveto be LEARNT through experience.In this activity will analyze these projects in order to gain an understanding into what the students have learntfrom the process. We will better understand the benefits our students will gain from doing projects.Here are some questions to guide your observation:1.What skills did the students develop by doing this project?2.What positive attitudes the students developed as they experienced building their project?3.What knowledge did the students gain4.What problems did the students have to solve as they did their project?Project Title:Level: Secondary/PrimaryURL:Brief Description of Project
Learning and Innovation Skills
Creativity and Innovation Skills
ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Students demonstrated originality andinventiveness in their work.
2.Students developed, implemented andcommunicated new ideas to others.
3.Students were open and responsive to new anddiverse perspectives.
4.Students acted on creative ideas to make atangible and useful contribution to the field of leadership.
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Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Students exercised sound reasoning inunderstanding
2.
Students made complex choices and decisions
3.Students understood the interconnectionsamong systems
4.Students identified and asked significantquestions that clarify various points of view andlead to better solutions
5.Students framed, analyzed and synthesizedinformation in order to solve problems andanswer questions
Communication and Collaboration ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Students articulated thoughts and ideas clearlyand effectively through speaking and writing
2.Students demonstrated ability to workeffectively with diverse teams
3.Students exercised flexibility and willingness tobe helpful in making necessary compromises toaccomplish a common goal
4.Students assumed shared responsibility forcollaborative work
Information, Media and Technology Skills
Information Literacy
ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Students accessed information efficiently andeffectively, evaluated information critically andcompetently and used information accuratelyand creatively for the issue or problem at hand
2.Students possessed a fundamentalunderstanding of the ethical/legal issuessurrounding the access and use of information
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Media Literacy
ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Student understood how media messages areconstructed, for what purposes and using whichtools, characteristics and conventions
2.Students examined how individuals interpretmessages differently, how values and points of view are included or excluded and how mediacan influence beliefs and behaviors
3.Students possessed a fundamentalunderstanding of the ethical/legal issuessurrounding the access and use of information
ICT (Information, Communications and Technology)Literacy
ObservationsYes No Maybe Comments/Notes
1.Students used digital technology,communication tools and/or networksappropriately to access, manage, integrate,evaluate and create information in order tofunction in a knowledge economy
2.Students used technology as a tool to research,organize, evaluate and communicateinformation, and the possession of afundamental understanding of the ethical/legalissues surrounding the access and use of information
Life and Career Skills
Flexibility and Adaptability
ObservationsYes No MaybeComments/Notes
1.Students adapted to varied roles andresponsibilities
2.Students worked effectively in a climate of ambiguity and changing priorities
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