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Please print out and complete the judging rubric.

1) Content- Assign each individual lettered item (a through h below) a score of 1–3, where 1 represents a low score and 3 represents a high score.

__________ a) Is the title specific and informative and all collaborators acknowledged?

__________ b) Have all necessary sources been cited in the text and referenced?

__________ c) Is the hypothesis/objective stated clearly and concisely?

__________ d) Is the significance to the field and to society in general clearly stated?

__________ e) If applicable, does the work adhere to the “Process of Science” in its experimental design, implementation, and data analysis?

__________ f) Has the data and results from the data been interpreted correctly?

__________ g) Does the discussion/conclusion section address the major implications of the findings?

__________ h) Is there a statement describing a “direction for future research”?

__________ Total Score for Content (add the scores for items a-h)

2) Display - Assign each individual lettered item (a through d below) a score of 1–3, where 1 represents a low score and 3 represents a high score.

__________ a) Does the exhibit attract attention and convey important information about the project?

__________ b) Is the text written in a clear and concise manner, without spelling and grammatical errors?

__________ c) Are technical terms clearly defined?

__________ d) Are photographs, drawings, charts, tables, or graphs well organized, understandable, and carefully chosen to explain complicated technical concepts to a wide audience?

__________ Total Score for Display (add the scores for items a-d)

3) Oral Presentation - Assign each individual lettered item (a through d below) a score of 1–3, where 1 represents a low score and 3 represents a high score.

__________ a) Was the presenter(s) self-confident, professional, and thoroughly knowledgeable about the research and information being presented?

__________ b) Is the presentation understandable to a non-expert audience?

__________ c) Were the major points of the research discussed in the oral presentation?

__________ d) Did the student(s) clearly describe his/her/their role in the overall project and gave credit to any collaborators?

__________ Total Score for Oral Presentation (add the scores for items a-d)

4) Thoroughness - Assign each individual lettered item (a through c below) a score of 1–3, where 1 represents a low score and 3 represents a high score.

__________ a) All in all, does this project show creativity?

__________ b) Are there indications of original and critical thought?

__________ c) Does this presentation consider “all” the relevant points and issues related  to the topic at hand?

__________ Total Score for Thoroughness (add the scores for items a-c)

 

_________ TOTAL SCORE

 

Judging Comments