Which parts of this process do you think we’ve done so far?
Which parts do you think you will be doing today?
Ask Questions: When a student asks the group or another student a question regarding the task. Questions that are unrelated to the task do not count.
Imagine: When a student is creating new ideas (sketching, prototyping, and brainstorming) or proposing new ideas to the group.
Collect Information: When a student actively collects information in order to solve a problem. This includes looking up information on their laptop/tablet, gathering information from their classmates, or measuring physical spaces.
Develop and Test Solutions: When a student discusses or actively tests and develops solutions. This means any trial and error where students show revision of their processes.
Improve: When an individual student who has identified a problem or issue that needs to be fixed and is now in the process of fixing it.