Sunday, 11 May 2014

Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Report

Hello S1-02,

Here are the rubrics to guide you for your proposed project for the Creative Problem Solving (CPS) Report for the Social Innovation Project.

You are required to align your proposed innovative and feasible project to prepare a simple prototype (during June holidays).
Each student is to copy and paste your CPS Report ('Pages' template).

Link for the bicycle flywheel here.

Regards,
Mr. Hiap

Secondary 1 I&E Assessment Rubrics: Social Innovation Project



Excellent
Competent
Developing
Needs Improvement
Creative Thinking (Individual)




Points of View (Flexibility)
Student demonstrates ability to present 7 or more relevant underlying causes from different perspectives
Student demonstrates ability to present only 5 to 6 relevant underlying causes from different perspectives
Student demonstrates ability to present only 3 to 4 relevant underlying causes from different perspectives
Student demonstrates ability to present only 1 to 2 relevant underlying causes from different perspectives
Production of Solution Ideas (Fluency)
Student demonstrates ability to generate 7 or more different solutions
Student demonstrates ability to generate 5 to 6 different solutions
Student demonstrates ability to generate 3 to 4 different solutions
Student demonstrates ability to generate 1 to 2 different solutions
Digital Poster (Group)




Coverage
Details on the poster capture the important information about the product and increase the audience’s understanding.
Details on the poster include important information but the audience may need more information to understand fully.
Details on the poster relate to the product but are too general or incomplete. The audience needs more information to understand.
Details on the poster have little or nothing to do with product.
Presentation (Group)




Clarity
The audience can understand the presentation fully.
The audience can understand most of the presentation.
The audience has some difficulty following presentation.
The audience cannot understand presentation.
Presenter (Individual)




Impactful
The presentation is able to engage the audience throughout.
The presentation is able to engage the audience most of the times.
The presentation is able to engage the audience only in moments.
The presentation is unable to engage the audience attention at all.
Project Management (Group)




Time Management
The group manages their time very well, meeting all of the target timelines that were set.
The group manages their time well, meeting most of the target timelines that were set.
The group does not manage their time well, meeting only some of the target timelines that were set.
The group is unable to manage their time at all, missing all of the target timelines that were set.

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