Intel® Education thinking tools are based on research that demonstrates the value of visual representation in constructing and retaining new information. Thinking tools use technology to allow students to convey and exchange ideas, actively construct knowledge, solve problems, and create nonlinguistic representations of what they have learned.
Use the demo to explore the Assessment Library and examine assessments on thinking, processes, and products.
"Use the demo to explore the Assessment Library and examine checklists, rubrics, and scoring guides on thinking skills, processes, products, and performances. "
"Create or modify assessments using the Assessing Projects application.
"Create or modify assessments using the Assessing Projects application. "
Learn effective use of project approaches across curriculum and grades by following guidelines to target standards.
Learn about effective use of project approaches across the curriculum and grades. Follow planning guidelines to help you target standards and assess student products and performances.