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* 1. Name, School/District, Title

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* 2. Is the project interesting enough to engage students?

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* 3. Rate the Driving Question (DQ): How can we, as a team of young geometry specialists, create a presentation aimed at teens that combines geometric information and historical facts about geometry to explain the significance of geometry to their lives?

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* 4. Does the project provide sufficient guidance for teachers to differentiate instruction?

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* 5. Rate the rubrics provided:

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Mathematical Practices Rubric
Project Rubric
Presentation & Performance Rubric
Teamwork Rubric

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* 6. Rate "Selling Geometry" for 21st Century Skills:

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* 7. Rate "Selling Geometry" for level of in-depth inquiry.

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* 8. This project was designed to engage learners in at least one of the following deeper learning skills, which can be applied across all content areas. Please rate how well you think this project provides opportunities for deeper learning:

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Think critically and solve complex problems.
Work collaboratively.
Communicate effectively.
Learn how to learn.
Reason abstractly.
Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
Apply discrete knowledge and skills to real-world situations.
Construct, use, or analyze models.

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* 9. How well does "Selling Geometry" provide opportunities for student revision and reflection?

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* 10. The project aligns with the letter and spirit of the CCSS:

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* 11. How is this project is responsive to varied student learning needs?

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* 12. Rate the project with regard to how well it is aligned to the CCSS HS Geometry Standards

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* 13. Will students be more engaged with geometrical concepts presented by doing this project?

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* 14. Will this project work in your classroom environment?

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* 15. What changes would most improve "Selling Geometry"?

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