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RE: Grading Long Projects

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From: Jeanne Voltura (jvoltura_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Mar 21 2004 - 14:02:17 PST


You could give them an in-process grade...something that indicates that you
have talked to them about what they are doing and given them some indication
of the grade they may be getting if they do or don't do specific things to
the project...
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Joe Cox [mailto:bjcoxteachart@msn.com]
  Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 1:04 PM
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Subject: Grading Long Projects

  After reading the post on figurative doodles I can to a question in which
I struggle with. When doing a project that takes several weeks or longer
how do you spread the grade over the quarter? When we do large projects I
always run into the problem of having too few grades in my grade book. I
have tried progress grades but haven't come up with a way that works very
good. Grading is my least favorite part of my job so I want to keep it to a
manageable rate but I also want the grade to truly represents the work of
the student. Any suggestion?

  Hope everyone is having a great spring break and ready to finish up the
year.

  Blessings,

  Joe

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