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Re: grades and grading (LeAnn and all)


From: Judy Decker (jdecker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 24 2003 - 14:44:55 PDT

MessageHi LeAnn,

Thanks to all who helped LeAnn - my grading was a bit different ....and a
long sory (smile).

My grading was quite complicated at times....but I thought I'd use this
opportunity to share this rubric modified from Woody Duncan. I used it with
my kids and they liked it: (helped the
with self assessment)

Fortunately I was able to let behavior - I mean "participation" - count. I
don't know how those of you who can't manage.

I liked my Final Grade, too:
What the students thought weighed heavily on what I thought too. I did do
all the math. But their opinions counted, too....and they knew that. I had
high expectations. I knew what was an A...and wanted to see if they did,

Have a great year LeAnn! - You earned it. Continue to post your success


P.S. BTW - there are a couple of nice rubrics from LeAnn on my site - link
to the page for Rubrics on my home page.

----- Original Message -----
From: LeAnn Escoffre
Subject: grades and grading

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.

-Unit Projects: 40%
-Short assignments 20%
-Daily Grade 10%
-Sketchbooks 10%
-Warm Ups 10%
-Handouts & Worksheets 10%
Le Ann