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Re: HS questions


From: Deb M. (dmortl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 24 2003 - 17:40:57 PDT

I used to set strict deadlines, but then if a student is really getting into
the assignment and putting a lot of extra effort into it, I don't want to
punish them by not accepting late work. Also, I found that if I don't
accept late work a large number of students will fail due to incomplete
assingmnets. It's not like they're bad students, just either absent, on
field trips, slow workers, etc. It's a tough call.

>any ideas on late policy for art work at the high school level?
>i am considering that work can be turned in up to
>one week after the due date receiving one less letter
>grade and then after that no credit will be given any thoughts?
>also, any suggestions who sells sheetmetal cutters (the machine
>like a paper cutter for metal). It's for our Jewelry class. Any experience
>using an inexpensive one (found one for $250.00 12" wise) but am leary
>of buying it

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