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Re: Grading strategies - Rubrics

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Iteachart7_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Mon Mar 25 2002 - 18:54:54 PST


Dear Judy,thanks for the input, but I already do these things. I guess what
I'm looking for is a formula for addign a degree of difficulty to a project
assignment.
All of my students do self assessment. They are all given a rubric at the
begining of a project. I encourage kids to go the "next step" and advise
that if they give me exactly what I ask for on the rubric then that's the
middle,, What can you do that goes the next step or takes it one step farther
(further?) This is all very subjective. I want formula for "that step" I
know I already do this, but I'd like to be able to show them in writing how
I come up with it. It's the subjectivity.. Is there any one out there that
judging diving competions? Oh well, I'm on the search again
thank you for sharing- It is very helpful
Gabrielle

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