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Learning Targets and Formative Assessment in the Art Room

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Nikki Everett

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Learning Targets and Formative Assessment in the Art Room
Begin by creating your
learning targets
In order to assess your learning you need to start with the end target in mind.
Create a list of learning goals for your students to achieve by the end of the year.
Use a self-checklist so that students are aware of what is expected of them.

Examples of Formative Assessments
Formative assessment includes:
questioning
discussions
learning activities
feedback
conferences
interviews
student reflections

How can I incorporate more formative assessments in my art classroom that are quick and effective?
End Results
More informed and individualized teaching
Students stay connected throughout the learning process
Increased student achievement in your classroom

Bonus results:
You will be well equipped for Kentucky's Professional Growth and Effectiveness System
coming to your school soon!
*resource taken from Public Schools of North Carolina's Curriculum and Instruction webpage (http://arts.ncwiseowl.org/accountability/formative_assessment_and_arts_education)
Formative Assessments
occurs during instruction
is not graded
is process oriented
provides descriptive feedback
is continuous
*resource taken from Public Schools of North Carolina's Curriculum and Instruction webpage (http://arts.ncwiseowl.org/accountability/formative_assessment_and_arts_education)
Student Sketchbooks and Journals
Self-Assessments
Critique and Peer Assessments
Odd One Out - Which word doesn't belong
Commit and Toss - Write down response on a paper, crumple, throw in the middle of the circle, pick random paper and read aloud to check for understanding
Four Corners - Form an opinion, move to the designated corner, defend your opinion, students have the option to move to a different corner
True or False - How could you make the statement true?
check the "art of education"
resource packet for more ideas!
Thinking Strategy
Assessment Activities
Token Response
Post-it Notes!
behavior/student participation


"exit" art-work slip
illustrations
Questions
Reflections
thumbs up, middle or down
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