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Information Technology 8 Assessment Tool

Marking criteria

-demonstrates full understanding of content
-objectives of outline have been fully met
-student has shown outstanding ability and
skills applied to create excellent finished


-demonstrated full understanding of content
-objectives of outline have been fully met
-student has shown strong ability and skills
applied to create a good finished product


-demonstrates a good understanding of
-objectives of outline have been mostly met
-student has shown some ability and skills
applied to create a finished product


Project is not yet meeting objectives further
development is required

Use the above marking criteria to post a grade beside the applicable course content

Applicable Grade

Understanding context

A Applicable Grade Engage in a period of research and empathetic observation in order to understand design opportunities Defining A Choose a design opportunity A Identify potential users and relevant contextual factors A Identify criteria for success. ethical. including social. keeping other potentially viable ideas open Applicable Grade A Prototyping Identify and use sources of inspiration and information . and any constraints Applicable Grade Ideating A Take creative risks in generating ideas and add to others’ ideas in ways that enhance them A Screen ideas against criteria and constraints A Critically analyze and prioritize competing factors. and sustainability considerations. intended impact. to meet community needs for preferred futures A Choose an idea to pursue.

and procedures as needed Record iterations of prototyping Applicable Grade Testing A Identify sources of feedback A Develop an appropriate test of the prototype Conduct the test. collect and compile data. materials.B Choose a form for prototyping and develop a plan that includes key stages and resources B Evaluate a variety of materials for effective use and potential for reuse. and decide on changes A Applicable Grade Iterate the prototype or abandon the design idea Making A Identify and use appropriate tools. making changes to tools. technologies. recycling. and processes for production A Make a step-by-step plan for production and carry it out. making changes as needed A Use materials in ways that minimize waste Applicable Grade Sharing Decide on how and with whom to share their product and processes . materials. evaluate data. and biodegradability A Prototype.

providing a rationale for the selected solution. including unintended negative consequences. family. and/or environment Critically reflect on their design thinking and processes. and if necessary learn about appropriate tools and technologies to use for tasks A Evaluate the personal. of the choices they make about technology use A Evaluate how the land. and evaluate their ability to work effectively both as individuals and collaboratively in a group. and explain how their design ideas contribute to the individual. using appropriate terminology Critically evaluate the success of their product. community. and develop and refine them as needed B Choose. individually or as a group. in relation to specific projects.Demonstrate their product to potential users. and culture influence the development and use of tools and technologies . and environmental impacts. social. and procedures. natural resources. modifications. including their ability to share and maintain an efficient co-operative work space B Identify new design issues Applicable Grade A Identify the skills and skill levels needed. adapt.