(Math with Mrs. Vickmark)
I use this form for just about any group project I have my kids complete. The actual project rubric is where I get into the nitty-gritty, but this evaluation form really gets the kids thinking about their own contributions to their projects.
DETAILS / INFORMATION:
In the blank space provided, I simply list the course name. That way, I can print off a bunch of "Algebra 1 Project Peer/Self Evaluation" forms and not have to waste paper if we don't use them all for a particular project. Another option would be to print them off with the line left as a blank and then have the kids write in the project title.
I cut the pages in half (roughly) and start by handing out the top half (self-evaluations), since every student will get this portion. Then I hand each student a copy of the bottom half for however many group members he/she had. This way, you can use the same evaluation for groups of 2, 3, 4, etc. Additionally, I find it beneficial that the top portion is slightly larger than the bottom, as it is easier to organize the groups of evaluations based on the student being evaluated. You can immediately identify any missing evaluations, as well.
I leave the scoring out of 10 on the kids' part, but I always take the percentage and apply it proportionally to the point values assigned for the evaluation on the actual project rubric. Usually this is mixed in with a "group work" or "work ethic" category that I also evaluate. That way the kids are still being held accountable, but they aren't able to (as easily, at least) figure out what score their partner(s) gave them.