Food Justice Innovation Project: Grading Rubric

Category Creative and realistic problem solving Connection between problem and solution Use of mathematical evidence Use of learned examples as evidence For a Score of 4 Solution is creative, realistic and clearly accessible to people in a variety of economic circumstances* Demonstrates clear understanding of a problem and an explicitly connected solution Uses mathematic reasoning as evidence of problem and to demonstrate the potential effects of solution Contains 2 or more relevant references to examples of food justice solutions presented in class and at least 1 example researched independently Project and explanation clearly address 4 or more social issues related to access to food See PSSA scoring guidelines For a Score of 3 Solution is both creative and realistic Demonstrates clear understanding of a problem that is somewhat connected to a solution Uses mathematic reasoning as evidence of problem or to demonstrate the potential effects of solution Contains 2 or more relevant references to examples of food justice solutions presented in class Project and explanation clearly address 2 or 3 social issues related to access to food See PSSA scoring guidelines For a Score of 2 Solution is creative or realistic (and not both) Only a problem or solution is clearly presented (and not both) For a Score of 1 Solution is neither creative or realistic Neither a problem or solution is clearly presented

Mathematic facts are present No mathematic facts or but unclear in their connection reasoning are used at all to problem and solution Contains 1 relevant references No references made to to examples of food justice examples of food justice solutions presented in class solutions presented in class

Connection to social justice issues ** Conventions of persuasive writing

Project and explanation clearly address 1 social issues related to access to food See PSSA scoring guidelines

Project and explanation do not address any social issues related to access to food See PSSA scoring guidelines

Bonus Points Philadelphia. What are the here and how could you apply your innovation to improve the lives of the people in our community? Total Score (out of 24)
*Think about making your innovation widely available by using cheap or, even better, free resources in your solution. ** Possible social justice issues include: economics, geography, politics, race, industrial farming, and the importance of nutritious diet.

Up to 4 bonus points are available for making your innovation clearly related to issues and potential solutions here in West

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