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Gail1611_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sun Feb 27 2005 - 07:18:31 PST


Please forgive me if I am bringing up a subject that you've already covered
but I've been cut off from this website for many months. I just finished doing
grades for 450 kids. The way I do it is to give a student two grades usually
one grade / over another for 2 aspects he or she was to do in the assignment.
Then if I need, I write some simple words on the side to remind me of certain
aspects if needed. It takes a lot of time but I'm always so busy helping the
kids, etc that I don't have time to sit back and to observe. Besides, I'm
afraid I will miss something new about that student if I don't write a note (I
don't do this with every students all the time, just when needed). Neddless
to say it take a lot of time. Has anyone come up with a way to accurately
knowlege what the kids are doing in an easier fashion? Gail E.

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