Student websites were due this Monday and most students have completed theirs.  About a third of the class is still working to create a great product.  If a student hasn't turned in their website yet, that's okay!  We talk about how some people need a bit more time (for a variety of reasons) in order create a great product.  When they receive feedback on their website, we recognize that they didn't meet the deadline, but separate from that, we can also recognize the quality of work they created regardless of its timeliness.

Click the big orange "Student Websites" button on our classroom website to see a list of completed websites and check out what different students have created.

Finished websites receive written feedback from me in the form of a rubric, which is based around the expectations of the project.  They also receive a more personalized audio recording from me about what works on their website and what could be improved.  The audio recording is emailed to each student's school email account.

All students are welcome to take the feedback they receive and improve their work.  If they are interested in this, they should turn back in their rubric as well as a write up of what changes they made.

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