STEM Club (Bosebuild) Competition Rubric
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Interpretation of Theme 25%Product shows a large amount of original thought. Ideas are creative and inventive. There are clear connections between the theme and product. The use of sound, light, and overall appearance of the product clearly connect to the theme.Product shows some original thought and connects to the theme. Work shows new ideas and insights. There are several connections between the theme and the product. The appearance, sounds, and lights have some connection to the theme.Uses other people's ideas (giving them credit), but there is little evidence of original thinking. There are some connections between the theme and product. The use of sound, light, and overall appearance of the product show some connetion to the theme. Uses other people's ideas, but does not give them credit. There are few connections between the theme and product. The use of sound, light, and overall appearance of the product show little connetion to the theme.
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Technical 25%
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SoundMusical composition uses a diversity of notes and sounds. The sounds are activited effectively and efficiently. The sounds are used in several unique combinations, harmonies, and/or melodies.Musical composition uses a some variety of notes and sounds. The sounds are mostly activited effectively and efficiently. The sounds are used in some unique combinations, harmonies, and/or melodies.Musical composition uses little variety of notes and sounds. The sounds are activited with some effectiveness and efficiency. The sounds are used in few unique combinations, harmonies, and/or melodies.Musical composition uses a does not have a variety of notes and sounds. The sounds are activited with little effectiveness and efficiency. The sounds are not used in unique combinations, harmonies, and/or melodies.
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LightProduct uses a diversity of lights. The lights are activited effectively and efficiently. The lights are used in several combinations and/or patterns.Product uses a some variety of lights. The lights are mostly activited effectively and efficiently. The lights are used in some combinations and/or patterns.Visual product uses little variety of notes and sounds. The lights are activited with some effectiveness and efficiency. The lights are used in few unique combinations and/or patterns.
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SensorsProduct uses a variety of sensors and/or uses sensors in a variety of ways. The sensors are used effectively and efficiently.
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StructureAppropriate materials were selected and creatively modified in ways that made them even better. The structure of the product is sturdy.Appropriate materials were selected and there was an attempt at creative modification to make them even better.Appropriate materials were selected.Inappropriate materials were selected and contributed to a product that performed poorly.
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Q&A 10%Students are able to accurately and rationally answer almost all questions posed by judges about their product.Students are able to accurately and rationally answer most questions posed by judges about their product.Students are able to accurately and rationally answer a few questions posed by judges about their product.Students are unable to accurately and rationally answer questions posed by judges about their product.
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Teamwork 20%The group worked well together with all members contributing significant amounts of quality work. The group generally worked well together with all members contributing some quality work.The group worked fairly well together with all members contributing some work.The group often did not work well together and the game appeared to be the work of only 1-2 students in the group.
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Presentation 20%
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