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Re: to Ron Pachter regarding grading advanced kids.

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Fran Marze (fmaiu+@pitt.edu)
Sun, 22 Mar 1998 12:12:21 -0500 (EST)


Please, Pam, email me a copy of advanced level assessment. Fran

On Wed, 18 Mar 1998, Pamela W. Lackey wrote:

> I teach an advanced 2-D course. Even though we have a very structured
> curriculum, there is still a range of abilities and levels to teach. I
> create more long range multi-step projects for them that allow for their
> choice of medium. HOwever, the lessons are still very structured. We
> have an assessment program in place that is working extremely well. The
> students are expected to meet certain standards and evaluate their
> projects based upon how well they met or exceeded these standards. I
> tell advanced students who are "full of themselves" that talent has to
> be applied. A student with much less talent but a good work ethic can
> out perform them hands down. Art is visual. IF there is nothing
> impressive to look at, there is no success. If you want to give me your
> email address, I can email you a sample of one of my advanced level
> assessment worksheets.
> Pam Lackey Boiling Springs High School art teacher.
>