Feb. 3 #howstuffisgraded #grading #gradingprocedures

Three days down…

Keeping up with the theme of PROCEDURES for these courses,  I want to take some time today to discuss with the class specifically how work in this class is graded.

The grading scale is a bit unique, as it is not “always” based on points, but rather REQUIREMENTS met.  This might be a little confusing to you, so I want to play a little game.


Here you will find a collection of various quality examples from my INTRO TO ART midterm project.

The requirements each student were to meet were as follows:

  1. Each student will choose between the two (2) different tessellation designs that have been previously worked on for their design.

  2. The design that the student has selected ACTUALLY works so that there is NO NEGATIVE space.

  3. Following the work of M.C. Escher, each student has figured out some DESIGN, or change to make the tessellation design look like something.

  4. Each tracing of the tessellation is clear enough and easily recognizable to tell where one design starts and the other design stops.

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