Photography Rubric

12 comments

  1. Alison Stone

    Hi Rebecca,
    I have really enjoyed looking at your personal website and your website for teaching. I am developing a high school photography program at Pinecrest Academy. I have found your photo lessons inspiring and thought provoking and I was wondering if I might have permission to use some of your ideas for project ideas? I teach digital imaging 1 and advanced photo at the same time and often find myself torn between teaching both at the same time. I think that posting assignments in a blog formate would help to keep my students focused. May I use some of your project ideas for my own students as well as adapting your grading rubric? I am going to start my own blog and have my students have blog, as well. I will send them to your site to look at the class blogs to get some ideas as far as how to start blogging. Thank you for inspiring me as I work on my yearly plan!
    Blessings,
    Alison Stone

  2. Anonymous

    Rebecca,

    Incredible work on this blog! I’ll be borrowing some of your ideas when I teach digital photo at East Lansing High School (Michigan) for the first time. Thank you so much!

    -Jacqui

  3. Anonymous

    I teach Digital Photography at John Glenn High School (California) and your lessons are AMAZING! Thanks for sharing!!!!!

  4. jtown1081

    Rebecca,
    I’m a photo teacher with 40 plus years in the classroom and I’m constantly searching for inspirational sites as I set up projects and ideas for the upcoming school year. Your blog has been a gold mine of tremendous ideas! Thanks so much for posting.
    John Townsend

  5. loganphoto

    Love your blog. Very inspiring. This is my first year teaching photo. I was wondering about how you put your students’ work in your posts. Do you put each one in on your own, or do they link from their sites? I really want to make my site work. Thank you!

  6. siobhan wright

    Thank you for making this public! I hope you don’t mind if I borrow some of your lessons. I will give you full credit on my web page. So much work has gone into this my students and I sure appreciate it.

  7. Darren Shaver

    I can only echo the sentiments of my colleagues above. Your site is helping me tremendously and I hope you don’t mind others appropriating your assignments for use in our course. Thanks for all you do for the kids.

  8. Anonymous

    Rebecca,
    Your student’s work speaks volumes of your inspirational teaching and interesting fun lessons. Thank you so much for posting this publicly. I am a Photo teacher always looking for interesting digital projects since they took out my darkroom, and I am full time digital (with no cameras!). I hope you wont mind if I adopt and adapt some of these for my classes…? Love the silhouette stories!
    Many Thanks,
    Maura

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