Digital Media Late and Regrading Policy
Suppose in Digital Media, you submit an assignment or complete a rubric for a particular assignment and you know you can do better and show your mastery of the project.
Naturally if you complete an assignment on time and meet all the requirements, then the maximum grade you will receive is 100%.
You can make changes to your website productions at any time - regardless if you want a regrade or not because perhaps you want the world to see a more polished project from you.
What you need to do to get an assignment regraded:
- Fix whatever you need to fix - refer to the assignment sheet and requirements.
- Make sure that the assignment is updated on your website or submitted into the drop box depending upon the assignment.
- For online Self-Grade rubrics, you can resubmit on the form as often as you wish but the latest submission will be used. Your teacher has the right to change the submitted grade as needed.
- For assignments submitted late to drop box folders, email me with specifics so I know what to check in the late folders.
The point of all of this is that you should be given the chance to fix problems. The scaled grading rewards students who refer to and meet all rubric requirements prior to the grading deadline.
Here's how Canvas automatically grades late assignments:
- If an assignment is NOT submitted by the deadline, Canvas automatically grades it as a zero.
- For each DAY an assignment is not submitted, 2.85% is the late penalty per day, regardless if it's the first time submitting the assignment or a resubmission for a better grade. For each day late beyond the assignment deadline, the maximum grade (assuming you met all the requirements of the assignment) you can get on an assignment is as follows below.
- So the longer you wait to submit something beyond the deadline, each day is a reduction in maximum possible %.
- Mr. Florendo reserves the right to change or override any automatic grade accordingly.
|Days late||Max %||Grade|