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  1. 1. AssessmentMegan Woods, Marisa Howell, Sarah Wesner, Courtney Kordes
  2. 2. Assessment -A method or process used for gathering information aboutpeople, programs, or objects for the purpose of evaluation
  3. 3. •What criteria wouldyou use to assess the two pictures?
  4. 4. Principles of Quality Classroom Art Assessment• Attentive to key principles• Not applicable for every grade level• Pick and choose
  5. 5. Principles of Quality Classroom Art Assessment 1. Assessment is student- oriented and teacher-directed 2. Assessment supports, rather than interferes with, instruction and course objectives 3. Assessment is multi- layered
  6. 6. Principles of Quality Classroom Art Assessment Cont.4. Assessment is continuous and focused on providing ongoing information5. Assessment is contextual and authentic6. Assessment represents an appropriate balance of formal and informal strategies7. Assessment focuses on both products and processes8. Assessment provides opportunities for students to revise and make changes in products and processes.9. Assessment is responsive to different types of knowledge
  7. 7. Principles of Quality Classroom Art Assessment Cont.• 10. Assessment is responsive to expanded notions of intelligence and creativity• 11. Assessment is concerned with students’ preconceptions and misconceptions.• 12. Assessment is equal for all.• 13. Assessment is standards-based.• 14. Assessment is criterion-referenced and compares students’ performances to past performances.• 15. Assessment is responsive to collaborative and cooperative learning.
  8. 8. Principles of Quality Classroom Art Assessment Cont.16. Assessment allows for reserved judgment.17. Assessment is explicit and ordered.18. Assessment exemplifies the latest and best assessment techniques.
  9. 9. • Does Anyone know the history of the Valentine?
  10. 10. History• Mystery• February=Month of Romance• Both Christian and Ancient Roman Tradition• Valentine Legend
  11. 11. Activity• Create a Valentine on your piece of sketchbook paper for the person to your right using the guidelines on the next slide• When Valentines are completed and switched you will then assess your neighbors valentine using the rubric provided
  12. 12. Guidelines• Include three hearts on your valentine: 1. One Warm Color heart 2. One Cool Color heart 3. One heart that is shaded using three analogous colors from the color wheel. 4. Write a secret message with your white oil pastel at the bottom of your valentine for your partner to reveal with their water color.
  13. 13. Expectations: 2 1 0_________Warm Color Heart Heart is drawn neatly with Heart is drawn but, There is no warm color heart on the valentine. a warm color. not with a warm color.Cool Color Heart Heart is draw neatly with Heart is drawn but, There is no cool color heart on the valentine. a cool color. not with a cool color.Shaded Heart Heart is drawn neatly and shaded Heart is drawn but, not shaded There Is no shaded heart drawn with three analogous colors. with three analogous colors. on the valentine.Secret MessageThere is a secret message to reveal There is a secret message to reveal but, There is no secret message to reveal on the bottom on the valentine. It is not on the bottom of the valentine. on the valentine.Total Points: __ / 8
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