Art Rubric

Discover an effective art rubric that helps assess and evaluate student work. Enhance your art curriculum with this comprehensive tool to guide and provide feedback for artistic development.
art rubric - Im thinking of comparing this to one that asks students to reflect on their capacity to think critically / conceptually and asking students to look at facility of media. Middle School Art, Art Lesson Plans, Student Assessment, Teaching Art, Art Rubric, Rubrics, Art Teacher Resources, High School Art Lessons, Rating Scale

cur·ric·u·lum (k-rky-lm) Origin: L, lit., a running course, race, career latin; currere, to run a fixed series of studies required, as in a college, for graduation, qualification in a major field of study, etc. I love questions. Well, some questions, the ones that cut to the chase. Certain questions are fun, like, "Does God have favorite colors?" He does use blue and green alot. Some questions are tricky. How about these: Where is the line that separates contentment and apathy? When does…

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Do you use rubrics for self-assessment with your students?   I developed this rubric based on others I had seen online.  I wanted to get my students thinking more about their artwork and writing a few sentences in reflection.  We haven’t done much writing in art class before, so I didn’t want to overwhelm them.   … … Continue reading → Teaching, Art Lesson Plans, Pre K, Middle School Art, Elementary Art, Grade 1, Student Self Assessment, Elementary Art Projects, Art Education Projects

Do you use rubrics for self-assessment with your students? I developed this rubric based on others I had seen online. I wanted to get my students thinking more about their artwork and writing a few sentences in reflection. We haven’t done much writing in art class before, so I didn’t want to overwhelm them. … … Continue reading →

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Amy Pritchard
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Oh no! It's the big A word. ASSESSMENT! While it can be scary and intimidating to create numeric grades for an entire student body, there are simple tools that I use to make my job a little easier. I do not believe in grading an elementary student based on how well they can draw. That's so.... subjective! For the past several years, I have been a member of an elementary art PLC (professional learning community). Last year, we met once a month to discuss teaching strategies, assessment…

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Sarah Updike

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