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Re: drawing rubric

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Fri, 24 Sep 1999 19:05:48 EDT

In a message dated 9/24/99 5:26:52 PM, Mbhirst wrote:

<<I also use very specific criteria in each category for each assignment-
these categories are just the general ones I almost always use. If you want
to know more let me know. It is not subjective and my students are very
satisfied with it.
I am glad your students are satisfied. However, your first post did not
indicate any mention of scoring or requirements. Even now I wonder what
"superior success" for 5 points or "little to no understanding of success"
for 1 point means. My original question relates to this. What is "success"?
If I were a student, what would I have to do to obtain some level of success,
be it superior or little.
If your students know, good for them. I have no other questions. Thanks.

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