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Industrial Technology Project Grading Rubric
Have you ever wanted a guide that students could use to grade their own projects, or had a problem explaining why a project received a particular grade? A rubric may be your solution. Here's an excellent sample rubric that you and your students can use as a guide to grade industrial technology projects.

Portfolio Grading System
Includes forms for studentsExpectation of Technology Education Graduates, Student Portfolio Procedures, and Project Review Form plus tips on managing and overseeing evaluations of students projects throughout the semester and year.

Rubrics for Drafting and Engineering Classes
Wouldnt it be great if students knew beforehand the specific criteria on which their work will be graded? Here are rubrics for drafting and engineering that students can use to better evaluate their own performance, along with tips on how to use them.

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