Below is the current grading rubric for Project 1:1000 Sessions.  

Essentially, if a Session Participant shows up to all Session Meetings and submits all Submissions on time, that Participant would earn 95% of total POSSIBLE POINTS and would receive an "A" grade.  Participation may raise grades slightly, but with a standard Meeting duration of only one hour, this might be hard to measure and account for a proportional amount of the overall grade.  Participation will likely remain at 80% unless the Participant either obviously engages or avoids engagement.  Disruptive Participants will be removed immediately and no student credit or Session refunds will be given.

Submissions (more here) are worth 100 ÷ [quantity of Session Submissions] each (i.e. 4 Session Submissions would each be worth 25% of Submission Performance).  A valid Submission is judged as such:

  • 1000 words in length
  • created by the Participant

ELEMENT

% OF GRADE POSSIBLE PTS PERFORMANCE/NOTES PERFORMANCE % ACTUAL PTS

Attendance

35% 35 Attended 3 of 4 classes 75% 26.25

Submissions valid & on time

60% 60 4 of 4 SUB valid/on time 100% 60.00

Participation

5% 5 Average.  Asked when called on.  No extra involvement. 80% 4.00
60-70% = D | 70-80% = C | 80-90% = B | 90-100% = A

FINAL %

90.25%

 

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