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Re: rubrics overview online

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Audrey (art.aud)
Sun, 11 Jul 1999 01:51:07 -0400


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Thanks for this excellent info on rubrics. I have my work cut out for
me. I'd love to see some examples for elementary school art.Anyone out
there care to share?

Lorena Nalin wrote:

> I believe that a question about rubrics came up recently. I found
> this nice overview online that might explain it all. I have found
> rubrics to be useful and to raise the quality of the art work and of
> the learning. This is on a very interesting web site connected with
> Harvard's Project Zero. It is called ALPS (Active Learning Practices
> for Schools) which focuses on teaching students to think
> well. Rubricshttp://learnweb.harvard.edu/alps/thinking/docs/rubricar.htm Lorena
> NalinTucson, AZ

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Thanks for this excellent info on rubrics. I have my work cut out for me. I'd love to see some examples for elementary school art.Anyone out there care to share?

Lorena Nalin wrote:

 I believe that a question about rubrics came up recently.  I found this nice overview online that might explain it all.  I have found rubrics to be useful and to raise the quality of the art work and of the learning. This is on a very interesting web site connected with Harvard's Project Zero.  It is called ALPS (Active Learning Practices for Schools) which focuses on teaching students to think well. Rubricshttp://learnweb.harvard.edu/alps/thinking/docs/rubricar.htm  Lorena NalinTucson, AZ

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