Qualitative Rubric: Time Management

Time Management

Above Standard Student is using all class time to maximum efficiency. Student is working independently outside of class.  Student is able to help others without getting behind or distracted. Student makes incremental progress on artwork throughout the entire project.  Student uses excess time gained on independent pursuits in art to better their skill level or portfolio.
At Standard All assignments are completed at high quality and on time.  Student makes incremental progress on artwork throughout, but may occasionally have to cram and rush through at the end.  Overall, student uses class time well.
Approaching Standard Student is behind on class assignments, but is working to get caught up.  Student may be missing an assignment, but intends to complete it and has shown increasing progress towards all assignments being successfully completed.

Suggestions: student should focus on time management strategies, such as setting goals for studio time each day.   It may help to have designated time at home each week for art classwork.  As little 30 minutes a couple nights a week and an hour and a half on the weekend can make a big difference.

Below Standard Student is behind on class assignments and is not putting forth necessary effort to complete assignments.  Student does not make effective use of class/studio time.

Qualitative Rubric: Art Produced/Skill Level

Art Produced/Skill Level

Above Standard Student consistently chooses to challenge themselves. Artwork consistently shows exceptional craftsmanship. Student works out challenges with a material through practice.  Once mastered, student re-works the final piece so that what is seen in the work is refined skills.
At Standard Artwork consistently shows good craftsmanship. Finished work shows successfully implemented, art specific skills (such as accuracy of drawing, well planned compositions).  Student is consistently able to find a solution to artistic problems presented.  Solutions may be refining techniques or through work-arounds.  Finished artwork is resolved.
Approaching Standard Student work is resolved, but the student is not choosing to challenge themselves.  AND/OR

Finished artwork consistently shows the use of art specific skills.  The majority of work shows good craftsmanship.  Student shows continued improvements, but evidence of the challenges with materials/media/techniques are present in the finished work.  Work may be very successful in some aspects, but have unresolved weaknesses with no work-around (examples: addressed but unrefined backgrounds,  awkward   drawings that are not changed into a stylized version, a well-drawn image that with little thought to composition).

Below Standard Artwork does not successfully demonstrate art specific skills.   Work exhibits poor craftsmanship.  Work is unfinished or rushed to an unsuccessful solution.  Student does not challenge themselves.

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