Grading Rubric

A – Exceptional

  • Exceeds/masters all course objectives
  • Attends all class meetings and is always prompt
  • Invests quality, productive time and energy in studio
  • Sets standards for fellow designers in work and professional demeanor (team player and leader)
  • Attentive to process
  • Work is completed on schedule without exception
  • Willing to revise and improve projects,techniques, and process

Will certainly do well professionally

B – Good

  • Meets course objectives (Exceeds or masters a few)
  • Attends most class meetings and is consistently prompt
  • Invests time and energy in studio
  • Often sets standards for fellow designers in work and professional demeanor
  • Attentive to process
  • Work is completed on schedule with little exception
  • Willing to revise and improve projects, techniques, and process

Will do well professionally

C – Average

  • Meets course objectives
  • Attends most class meetings
  • Inconsistent time and energy spent in studio
  • Often follows the standard set by fellow designers in work and professional demeanor
  • Inconsistently attentive to process
  • Work is completed on schedule with some exceptions willing to revise and improve projects, techniques, and process on occasion

May or may not remain in the field

D – Below Average

  • Meets few course objectives
  • Misses or is late to several class meetings
  • Does not invest sufficient time and energy in studio
  • Often falls below the standards set by fellow designers in work and professional demeanor
  • Inconsistently attentive to process
  • Work is often not completed on schedule and is poor quality
  • Does not initiate revisions and improvements on projects, techniques, and process

Encourage to seek another major

F – Failing

  • Does not meet course objectives
  • Does not attend most class meetings or is habitually late
  • Does not invest appropriate time and energy in studio
  • Falls below the standards set by fellow designers in work and professional demeanor
  • Inconsistently attentive to process
  • Work is often not completed on schedule and is poor quality
  • Fails to sufficiently revise or improve on projects, techniques, and process

Encourage to seek another major

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