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iRubric: Art Participation Rubric

iRubric: Art Participation Rubric

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Art Participation Rubric

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Rubric Code: K5B23W
This Rubric is for general participation in art class.
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Keywords: Participation
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design  
Types: Project   (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

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  Excellent
(N/A) E
Satisfactory
(N/A) S
Needs Improvement
(N/A) N
Unsatisfactory
(N/A) U
Engagement
Excellent

Student always stays focused on the assignment and always tries his/her best. Student works at improving skills and understanding of subject matter.
Satisfactory

Active attempt is made to achieve the minimum requirements.
Student gives assignment some of his/her attention.
Student sometimes tries his/her best.
Needs Improvement

Student gives very little attention to the assignment and focuses on socializing.
Student does not try his/her best.
Unsatisfactory

Student does not attempt the assignment. Student does not try his/her best.
Attitude
Excellent

Student is always positive, engaged, enthusiastic and active during the assignment. Student encourages classmates as they work.
Satisfactory

Student is sometimes positive, engaged, enthusiastic and active during the assignment.
Needs Improvement

Student occationally makes negative remarks about the assignment and/or about classmate's work.
Unsatisfactory

Student attempts to disengage from assignment and also draws other students into disengagement.
Student is always negative.
Creativity
Excellent

Student takes basic assignment and adds his/her own ideas that make the product uniquely their own invention.
Student masters concepts and can apply them in other situations.
Satisfactory

The student struggles through a concept or principle and tries to apply it to the assignment.
Needs Improvement

Student may try to imitate other work, but does not put much thought into the assignment.
Unsatisfactory

Student does not put any thought into the assignment.
Conduct
Excellent

Student always listens to the instructor, does not interrupt class and stays on task. Student is always extremely respectful to classmates and teacher. Materials and tools are always handled properly and safely.
Satisfactory

Student usually listens to the instructor, does not interrupt class and rarely needs a reminder to get on task. Student is usually respectful towards classmates and/or teacher. Materials and tools are usually handled properly and safely.
Needs Improvement

Student sometimes listens to the instructor, occasionally disrupts class and needs a reminder to get on task. Student is sometimes disrespectful to teacher and classmates. Materials and tools are sometimes handled properly and safely.
Unsatisfactory

Student rarely listens to the instructor, disrupts class and is not involved with the class activity. Materials and tools are not handled properly and safely.
Clean -up
Excellent

Student always cleans tools and surface areas where they are working. Student returns all supplies to proper places. Student is conscience about cleaning the studio as a whole, not only his/her own area or supplies.
Satisfactory

Student sometimes cleans tools and surface areas where they are working. Student returns some supplies to proper places. Student is not usually conscience about cleaning the studio as a whole.
Needs Improvement

Student must be asked multiple times to clean tools and surface areas where they are working. Student does not return supplies to proper places. Student is not conscience about cleaning the studio as a whole.
Unsatisfactory

Student does not clean tools and surface areas where they are working. Student does not return all supplies to proper places. Student is not conscience about cleaning the studio as a whole.



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