The Success Criteria The success criteria, developed by the student, measure the degree of excellence to which the product aspires or the terms under which the product can be judged to have been successful. Thus, it is used to:
help students with the creation of their product
help students evaluate their product.
The Success Criteria must:
be testable, measurable and observable (SMART)
evaluate the product
evaluate the impact on the student or the community
The Success Criteria is included in:
Aii: state an intended product and develop appropriate success criteria for the product
Cii: evaluate the product based on the success criteria.
Success criteria should be informed by research and should help students achieve a challenging product. Students should make the success criteria, which defines what they want a successful final product to look like, before creating their action plan.