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Have a question or comment?        Testing and Reporting





Work-Sheet Title Discussion
Testing your design This is the time to review your proposed solutions to see if there are any holes or admissions. Is it actionable?

Ask questions of your design and see if you can feedback changes to other other sections of the design process


Bringing the solution to the end. What's next if you do not own the total process:

If your team does not own the end of the design solution, Talk to the process owner to decide what steps and information they need to complete the design. Work to make your thoughts actionable.
Create a plan that details the steps after your design. Such as;  Deliverables, Measurements, Process, Supplies, Tools,


As an example: Your problem was the poor bus service to go shopping.  You came up with some innovative solutions but you don't own the bus organization.. They need to implement the solution.  What actions does your team need to take to get this implemented?

Outcome & Rubric for

the project

Example Rubic:

Rubric for our assignments:










Assessment Outcomes Little or no evidence of the outcome Beginning of or some evidence of the outcome Detailed and consistent evidence of the outcome

Highly creative, inventive, mature presence of outcome  

Supporting a learning environment


 Shows minimal interest in class activities

Shows interest in activities and evidence of some understanding of thinking strategies

 Engaged in activities and shows good understanding of thinking strategies; beginning to adapt strategies to lesson planning

Very engaged in activities; shows strong understanding of thinking strategies and how to adapt them to lesson planning

Classroom Participation


Participates infrequently

Participates sometimes; makes appropriate contributions to discussions and activities

Participates frequently; adds value to discussions and activities

Participates frequently; makes strong connections to topics and extends thinking beyond what is presented

Individual assignment

Assignment is completed; quality varies

Assignment completed; meets requirements

Assignment completed thoughtfully and completely

Assignment completed thoughtfully; includes innovative and original thinking

Team work

Participates marginally

Participates sometimes; makes appropriate contributions to group work

Participates consistently; adds value to group work

Participates consistently; pushes group to extend thinking beyond what is presented



Reporting your results


Overview of presentation


What organizations do we want to share our results with?


  • Presents the results of your learning
  • Possible  format being an Pitch
  • Reflection-What have we learned & How we did ?


Celebrate your accomplishment 



Leave a time capsule for the next group.  What notes could help them?

  Learning Targets Represent Clear, Manageable Goals




 Additional Information: Testing:   Testing and Reflection 

FLIP: Testing

Reflection What have we learned?
Evaluation of the Design  
  Public reporting and feedback

FLIP:  Reporting

Presentation, Elevator Pitch Meta-Cognition
Listening Feedback to future Teams