Judy and Maggie,
Thank you for the kind words about my classroom rubric.
I had forgotten all about it. I'm not even sure it's still on
my old school web site. After Maggie's post I sent a message
to my old supervisor. She had told me that my simple so-called
rubric did not meet the district standards. They wanted a rubric
that was specific to each lesson and one the described in detail
what should and shouldn't be in the solution to each lesson.
What a pain. Also I wanted students solutions to be open ended
and not carefully prescribed before hand.
I do believe what you posted was a highly revised and improved
version of my original rubric, but I'll take credit anyway.
Judy Decker wrote:
> Hi Maggie (and all),
> Thanks for posting Woody's rubric. My students really liked Woody's
> rubric, too - it is in language that they understand. Here is my
> revised version:
> http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/rubric2.htm >
> There is a link to Woody's on the page.
> Judy Decker
> On 2/16/06, Maggie White wrote:
>>Woody had a wonderful grading rubric for his students on his old school
>>Web site, called How to Get an A in Art. I borrowed it and tweaked it a
>>bit to suit myself. Essentially, it explained to the students what he
>>looked for in order for them to earn an A,B,C, D, or 'BIG FAT 0". I
>>printed it out and displayed them around the room so the students could
>>compare their work with the criteria for each grade.