General Self Assessment
1. I observe, investigate, and record observations accurately.
I show concern for accuracy when using measuring tools.
I am able to raise questions that can lead to investigations.
I design ways to try out ideas when planning an investigation.
I am able to carry out investigations.
|I express ideas clearly through writing, discussing, drawing, and graphing.|
|2. Science Concepts|
|I demonstrate an understanding of science concepts in written work.|
|I show that understand science concepts during class discussions.|
|I am willing to revise or change my explanations as I gain new knowledge.|
|I am able to link factual knowledge to larger, more general|
|ideas to get the "big picture."|
3. Scientific Attitudes
|I ask questions and show curiosity about our studies.|
|I demonstrate a willingness to collect and use evidence.|
|I question my classmates experimental findings.|
|I am willing to reconsider my ideas and methods of investigating.|
|I demonstrate "stick-to-it-ness" (perseverance).|
4. Organization and Responsible Behavior
|I maintain a neat and organized science notebook.|
|I complete all my assignments and keep them together.|
|I use my time will during the class period.|
|My homework and projects are completed on time.|
|I handle materials appropriately and safely.|
5. Cooperative Skills
|I practice cooperative skills including listening, staying with group, discussing, sharing tasks, and encouraging others.|
1. Based on your completed chart describe what you do well in science.
2. Describe 1 or 2 ways that you would like to improve.
3. Set 1 or 2 goals for future work based on your answer to #2.
Dr. Robert Sweetland's Notes ©