HGE 1: Solve complex problems and pose creative solutions

Disclaimer: This is a work in progress and certainly not a final, nor approved, document.

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posted Jul 8, 2012, 6:22 PM by Carol Gargon

Criteria (are these taken directly from the HGE language or revised?)

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

Define the problemRecognize the problemRecognize and describe some of the limits of the problemRecognize and describe the limits of the problem
Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated
 problem
Identify StrategiesIdentify a single approach(strategy)that does not apply(relate) to the contentIdentifies a single approach(strategy)appropriate to the contentIdentifies multiple approaches(strategies)for solving the problem appropriate to the contentCompares and contrasts multi-
approaches(strategies)


Propose Solutions/
Hypotheses
Proposes solution/
Hypotheses that address the problem
that is downloaded rather than original
Proposes one creative hypotheses/that(that addresses the problem but) is
vague and difficult to evaluate 
Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses
that (addresses the problem) and indicates comprehension of the problem
Proposes multi
creative solutions/
hypotheses (that address the problem)
Evaluate
Potential
Solution
(for example through the lens of 
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts)
Evaluation of solution is superficialEvaluation of solution is brief.Evaluates one adequate. solution .Thoroughly evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the  proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts 
and examines 
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution, 
(can these specifics be moved to the criteria column and this descriptor include a number "from multiple angles or lenses")
and weighs the impacts of that
solution.
 


Implement
Solutions
Implements the solution in manner that does not address
the problem.
Implements the solution in a manner that addresses the problem but ignores relevant factors.Select and try out the
identified solution
Implements the solution in a manner that addresses multiple problems.


Evaluate OutcomeReviews  results superficially in terms of the problem defined with no further improvementReviews result in terms of the problem defined with little consideration for need of
further improvement.
Review results relative to the defined problem.
Reflection for potential improvement

Reviews results relative to the problem define with thorough,specific consideration for specific improvement.






Student Work

posted May 7, 2012 5:55 AM by Susan Hennessey
Student Work Samples to support 2nd drafting process:
  • Digger Dog problem (see attached)

| Attachments:  Digger.pdf

Untitled Post Feb 14,2012

posted Feb 22, 2012 11:44 AM by Carol Gargon
Criteria

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

Define the problemRecognize the problemRecognize and describe some of the limits of the problemRecognize and describe the limits of the problem
Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated
 problem
Identify StrategiesIdentify a single approach that does not apply to the contentIdentifies a single approach appropriate to the contentIdentifies multiple approaches for solving the problem appropriate to the contentCompares and contrasts multi-
approaches


Propose Solutions/
Hypotheses
Proposes solution/
Hypotheses that address the problem
that is downloaded rather than original
Proposes one creative hypotheses/that is
vague and difficult to evaluate 
Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses
that indicates comprehension of the problem
Proposes multi
creative solutions/
hypotheses
Evaluate
Potential
Solution
Only evaluates one
side of the issue
Evaluates advantages
and disadvantages of the proposed solution.
Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts 
Throughly and insightfully evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts 
and examines 
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution,and weighs the impacts of that
solution.
 


Implement
Solutions


Select and try out the
identified solution



Evaluate Outcome

Review results relative to the defined problem.
Reflection for potential improvement









nes

Jan.

posted Feb 13, 2012 9:44 AM by Carol Gargon   [ updated May 2, 2012 12:58 PM by Sarah Ibson ]

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posted Jan 15, 2012 3:50 PM by Charlotte Sherman   [ updated Jan 19, 2012 7:30 AM by Matt Henchen ]

HGE: _______________________________________________________________

Criteria

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)




















































HGE 1:Solve complex problems and pose (effective) creative solutions

Criteria

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

 

1. Define the Problem

 

 

Recognize and describe the limits of the problem

 

 

 

 

2. Identify

Strategies

 

 

Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem.

 

 

 

 

3.Propose

Solutions

Hypotheses

 

 

Proposes one or

more solutions/

hypotheses that indicates comprehension of the problem.

 

 

 

 

4.Evaluate

Potential Solutions

 

 

Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of

proposed solutions.

 

 

 

 

5. Implement

Solution

 

 

Select and try out the best solution

 

 

 

 

6. Evaluate

Outcome

 

 

Review results relative to the problem defined with some consideration of the need for further work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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posted Jul 8, 2012, 5:50 PM by Carol Gargon


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posted May 7, 2012, 8:08 AM by Susan Hennessey   [ updated May 7, 2012, 8:18 AM ]

Criteria (are these taken directly from the HGE language or revised?)

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

Define the problemRecognize the problemRecognize and describe some of the limits of the problemRecognize and describe the limits of the problem
Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated
 problem
Identify StrategiesIdentify a single approach(strategy) that does not apply (relate) to the contentIdentifies a single approach(strategy) appropriate to the contentIdentifies multiple approaches(strategies) for solving the problem appropriate to the contentCompares and contrasts multi-
approaches(strategies)


Propose Solutions/
Hypotheses
Proposes solution/
Hypotheses that address the problem
that is downloaded rather than original
Proposes one creative hypotheses/that (that addresses the problem but) is
vague and difficult to evaluate 
Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses
that (addresses the problem) and indicates comprehension of the problem
Proposes multi
creative(how to measure creative?) solutions/
hypotheses (that address the problem)
Evaluate
Potential
Solution
(for example through the lens of
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts)
Only evaluates one
side of the issue
Evaluates advantages
and disadvantages of the proposed solution.
Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts
(can these specifics be moved to the criteria column and this descriptor include a number "from more than one angle or lens")
Thoroughly and insightfully (measurable?)evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts 
and examines 
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,financial
costs, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution,
(can these specifics be moved to the criteria column and this descriptor include a number "from multiple angles or lenses")
and weighs the impacts of that
solution.
 


Implement
Solutions


Select and try out the
identified solution



Evaluate Outcome

Review results relative to the defined problem.
Reflection for potential improvement








Student Work

posted May 7, 2012, 5:55 AM by Susan Hennessey

Student Work Samples to support 2nd drafting process:
  • Digger Dog problem (see attached)

Untitled Post Feb 14,2012

posted Feb 22, 2012, 11:44 AM by Carol Gargon

Criteria

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

Define the problemRecognize the problemRecognize and describe some of the limits of the problemRecognize and describe the limits of the problem
Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated
 problem
Identify StrategiesIdentify a single approach that does not apply to the contentIdentifies a single approach appropriate to the contentIdentifies multiple approaches for solving the problem appropriate to the contentCompares and contrasts multi-
approaches


Propose Solutions/
Hypotheses
Proposes solution/
Hypotheses that address the problem
that is downloaded rather than original
Proposes one creative hypotheses/that is
vague and difficult to evaluate 
Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses
that indicates comprehension of the problem
Proposes multi
creative solutions/
hypotheses
Evaluate
Potential
Solution
Only evaluates one
side of the issue
Evaluates advantages
and disadvantages of the proposed solution.
Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts 
Throughly and insightfully evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts 
and examines 
historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancial
costs, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution,and weighs the impacts of that
solution.
 


Implement
Solutions


Select and try out the
identified solution



Evaluate Outcome

Review results relative to the defined problem.
Reflection for potential improvement









nes

Jan.

posted Feb 13, 2012, 9:44 AM by Carol Gargon   [ updated May 2, 2012, 12:58 PM by Sarah Ibson ]

Untitled Post

posted Jan 15, 2012, 3:50 PM by Charlotte Sherman   [ updated Jan 19, 2012, 7:30 AM by Matt Henchen ]

HGE: _______________________________________________________________

Criteria

1 - Emerging (beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing (making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient (meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary (exceeds the HGE)




















































HGE 1:Solve complex problems and pose (effective) creative solutions

Criteria

1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE)

2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE)

3 - Proficient(meets the HGE)

4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

 

1. Define the Problem

 

 

Recognize and describe the limits of the problem

 

 

 

 

2. Identify

Strategies

 

 

Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem.

 

 

 

 

3.Propose

Solutions

Hypotheses

 

 

Proposes one or

more solutions/

hypotheses that indicates comprehension of the problem.

 

 

 

 

4.Evaluate

Potential Solutions

 

 

Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of

proposed solutions.

 

 

 

 

5. Implement

Solution

 

 

Select and try out the best solution

 

 

 

 

6. Evaluate

Outcome

 

 

Review results relative to the problem defined with some consideration of the need for further work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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