As long as you are reusing the papers, if you're gonna use the same assignment next year, Laminate them. That way the paper will hold up for years.
From: marcia lavery [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 10:09 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Questions about Art Ed
Yeah, quantity of paper is a problem, but I've found you can save paper by also not filling out a rubric for each kid (make 30 copies, and collect after the students read through them, reuse and save for each quarter). Then, at least the kids will know what you are grading them on. Then when you grade, have the rubric next to you and you will have specific guidelines for grading. If I take off points, I will write on the back of the artwork which area of the rubric it is from (along with specific comments). Does that make sense? Also, I reuse handouts quite frequently, because I found at the end of the quarter, many of them will end up in the trash anyway.
Betty Bowen <email@example.com> wrote:
No, we have a copy machine which is often operable, but the poster was
talking about entering comments into a computer template, so I was assuming
she would then print them out and give them to the students with the work.
We also have strict paper usage limits, and oftentimes the paper is locked
up in the school vault and we have to request it one ream at a time from the
principal, so the prospect of increasing my paper usage by 3,600 sheets or
so is something I have to consider.