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RE: grades and grading

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From: LeAnn Escoffre (lescoffre_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 24 2003 - 14:21:07 PDT


Michal,
Thanks that is simple. I think I'll try that this year. I just needed to
simplify...
Now to get my clean up schedule set up and I'm good to go.. School
starts Tuesday for half a day..

Le Ann

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From: The Austin's [mailto:whest177@wheatstate.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 24, 2003 3:50 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: grades and grading

My split is very simple - 50% projects/tests, 25% daily points, 25%
sketchbooks. Everything either falls under a project, sketchbook (we put
all handouts, worksheets, etc in our sketchbook) or participation. AND
since all directly connect to the success of another - if sketchbook
grades are high but daily and projects are low I question who is doing
the work. If daily is low then projects are low because of the lack of
work ethics. Warm-ups in my grade book would be counted under
sketchbooks, short assingments under projects. Since I have so many
classes I keep it VERY simple. :-)
~Michal
 
 

I have spent my morning and most of the afternoon (so far) searching the
archives for grades and grading. It was a topic I remember discussing
back in May or maybe it was June. Anyway I still haven't resolved what I
am going to do. I was wondering if someone could share with me their
specific examples of how they break down grading projects.
Example:
 
-Unit Projects: 40%

-Short assignments 20%
-Daily Grade 10%

-Sketchbooks 10%
-Warm Ups 10%

-Handouts & Worksheets 10%

 

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