<<In Adv. Drawing assignments I always try to allow for the creativity
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?
It is my understanding that a rubric states the criteria and the requirements
of that specific criteria. How does this "rubric" help the students
understand the requirements of "great", "good", "satisfactory" composition,
viewer impact, etc? Do you state the requirements to get a high score on each
part of the rubric? Also, what is the possible score of each catagory? What
differentiates the variations in score within a catagory?
For instance, if each section can be worth up to twenty points, what are the
requirements to get twenty points? fifteen? ten? I am curious, because my
students would have a field day with this. It is so open-ended and
It appears to be very subjective.