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Using a Body of Evidence
Using a Body of Evidence with Formative Assessment 3:28
Using a Body of Evidence with Summative Assessment 1:15
Clearly Stating Learning Goals 5:41
Grading Sketchbooks 5:05
Quick Tips For Quick Checks 2:52
Assessing Digital Work
Best Practices for Turn-in 4:12
Using Authentic Audiences for Feedback 3:17
Streamlining with Checklists 4:28
Selected Grading 5:28
Grading During Critiques 3:01
Non-Traditional Assessment Modes
Peer Feedback Options 3:55
Selected Grading 5:28
Using Single-Point Rubrics 4:23
Student Conferencing 6:11
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Explore strategies for utilizing checklists, one-point rubrics, and teacher-student conferencing.
2 Discover how to make use of self-reflections and peer feedback.
3 Learn how to develop a more streamlined plan for all types of assessment.
Grading is one of the toughest tasks art teachers deal with on a daily basis. In this Learning Pack, you will discover how to develop and utilize efficient assessment methods in your art room. Discover best practices for developing a grading philosophy including what to do about grading sketchbooks and portfolios. Walk away with the ability to bring in a variety of assessment ideas to speed up and simplify your grading process.
Tim is the Events Director for the Art of Ed, and previously worked as an AOE writer and graduate instructor. Before working for AOE, Tim taught high school art for 14 years in Omaha, Nebraska. As a teacher, he focused on creativity, problem solving, and higher order thinking skills, using Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics, and whatever other materials might be available.