Evaluation for Catapult Project

Name


  1. Focus on the Task
    You stay on task all of the time without reminders.
    You stay on task most of the time. Group members can count on you.
    You stay on task some of the time. Group members must sometimes remind you to do the work.
    You hardly ever stay on task. You let others do the work.


  1. Team Member
    You are a true team member who works hard and helps others in the group.
    You are a true team member who tries hard!
    You are sometimes an active group member, but need to try harder.
    You sometimes choose not to help out and do not complete tasks.


  1. Work Habits 1
    You are on time for meetings, turn in all work when it is due.
    You are usually on time for meetings, turn in most work when it is due.
    You are sometimes late for meetings, often turn in work late.
    You are late for all or most for meetings, and late turning in work.


  1. Work Habits 2
    You complete assigned tasks and do not depend on others to do the work.
    You complete most assigned tasks.
    You do not follow through on most tasks and sometimes counts on others to do the work.
    You do not complete tasks and depend on others to do all of the work.


  1. Listening, Questioning, and Discussing
    You respectfully listen, discuss, ask questions and help direct the group in solving problems.
    You respectfully listen, discuss, and ask questions.
    You have trouble listening with respect, and takes over discussions without letting other people have a turn.
    You do not listen with respect, argue with teammates, and do not consider other ideas. You block group from reaching agreement.


  1. Research and Information-sharing
    You gather information and share useful ideas for discussions. All information fits the group’s goals.
    You usually provide useful information and ideas for discussion.
    You sometimes provide useful information and ideas for discussion.
    You almost never provide useful information and ideas for discussion.


  1. Problem- Solving
    Actively seeks and suggests solutions to problems.
    Improves on solution suggested by other group members.
    Does not offer solutions, but is willing to try solutions suggested by other group members.
    Does not try to solve problems or help others solve problems.


  1. Group Teamwork 1: Attitude
    You always have a positive attitude about the task(s) and the work of others.
    You usually have a positive attitude about the task(s) and the work of others.
    You sometimes make fun of the task(s) or the work of other group members.
    You often make fun of the work of other group members. You have a negative attitude.


  1. Group Teamwork 2: Goals
    You work to complete all group goals.
    You usually help to complete group goals.
    You occasionally to complete group goals.
    You do not work well with others and show no interest in completing group goals.


  1. Group Teamwork 3: Balance
    All team members contributed equally to the finished project.
    You assisted group in the finished project.
    You finished individual tasks but did not assist group during the project.
    You contributed little to the group effort during the project.


  1. Group Teamwork 4: Follow Through
    You performed all duties of assigned team role and contributed knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. You always did the assigned work.
    You performed nearly all duties of assigned team role and contributed knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. You did most of the assigned work.
    You performed a few duties of assigned team role and contributed a small amount of knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. You did some of the assigned work.
    You did not perform any duties of assigned team role and did not contribute knowledge, opinions, or skills to share with the team. You relied on others to do the assigned work.


  1. Group Evaluation: You have a pool of 12 points for your group members. How would you divide up the points, according to their contributions to the project? Be sure to include yourself.

            1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12      
      YOU 0 12  
      Group Member 2 0 12  
      Group Member 3 0 12  


  1. You are done with your project. You have seen projects created by other groups. Briefly summarize the positive attributes (strengths) of your final project. (“Nothing” is not a valid response.)


  1. Summarize the negative attributes (weaknesses) of your final project. (“Nothing” is not a valid response.)


  1. If you could start all over again, what would you do differently? Note that answers may be either a product (for example, diagrams, conclusion, model) or a process (i.e. teamwork, follow-through, gradual completion). (“Nothing” is not a valid response.)


  1. What wouldn’t you change at all? Note that answers may be either a product (for example, diagrams, conclusion, model) or a process (i.e. teamwork, follow-through, gradual completion). (“Nothing” is not a valid response.)


  1. Evaluate your peers on the aesthetics of their catapults. You can pick your TOP 3 only. NO ties. The rest should be left blank.

          1 2 3    
      Catapult A   
      Catapult B   
      Catapult C   
      Catapult D   
      Catapult E   
      Catapult F   
      Catapult G   
      Catapult H   
      Catapult I   
      Catapult J   
      Catapult K   
      Catapult L   
      Catapult M   





Pascack Hills High School
Montvale, NJ