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Re: Sketchbook Rubric

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From: ´|Lá (mack88_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jul 17 2001 - 08:32:26 PDT


Please send a copy of the sketchbook rubric if you aren't too overwhelmed
with requests.
thanks >
Karen Mack
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From: "Linda Watson" <lsw@txucom.net>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <artsednet@lists.pub.getty.edu>
Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2001 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: Sketchbook Rubric

> 7/14/01 3:04:34 PM, Pablo90512@aol.com wrote:
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> >If any one would like a copy of the sketchbook assessment/ rubric...let
me
> >know and I will forward an attachment to you. As I had said, I just have
the
> >students go through the work with me, I check off and add the points, add
the
> >grade to my grade book, give them the sheet and go on to the next
student.
> >If any want to change grade,make improvements, see me later, bring in the
> >rubric etc. Most work is done in class. It may seem like alot but its
not. I
> >want this painless and affirming too.
> >Laurie
> >
> >
> Please send me a copy of the sketchbook assessment/rubric. I want my
students to keep sketchbooks but do find grading them difficult. This
sounds like a good idea.
> Although I have a binding machine, I'm tempted to try the 3-ring binder
that many of you have mentioned. Do you use 1-inch binders? Is there a
problem storing them?
>
> Lindaw
>
>
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