In Adv. Drawing assignments I always try to allow for the creativity aspect-
even if it is an observation drawing. That is very important to me, too. Your
wording, "met objectives of the lesson" is a safer way to put it- more room
for personal expression. I like that.Lately I have been using the following
rubric for my Drawing class. It seems to work pretty well:
____ viewer impact
____ skill with technique,media, tools and concept
____ effort, comittment
____ sophistication; style? expressive?
This doesn't even include follow directions, but if they didn't it usually
shows up in one of the other criteria, like in effort.
I also have my students write a verbal description of their drawing then
write a simple analysis( re. meaning, etc.) It helps me evaluate the success
of these criteria better.
Just a few thoughts.
Marcia in Illinois