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Why Formative Assessment Should Include Multiple Measurements 5:34
End of Class Assessment
The Power of Exit Slips in the Art Room 4:13
Using Assessment to Make Connections
Utilizing Self-Reflection to Review Content 3:40
Tech-Ready Options for Simple Assessments 3:41
How to Use Assessment Ideas
Implementing Your New Formative Assessment Plan 3:23
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
1 PD Hours
1 Design formative assessments appropriate for your classroom that provide timely feedback and inform instruction to support student learning.
2 Integrate a variety of formative assessment strategies to help all students demonstrate their learning.
Coming up with effective formative assessments can be tricky. In this Learning Pack, you will discover how to develop and utilize formative assessments in your art room. You will also learn to use assessments to help students make connections between concepts and reflect on their work. Walk away with the ability to bring a variety of assessment ideas into your classroom to enhance student learning.
3. Assessment Design
B. Develops various assessment strategies for classroom use
4. Assessment Implementation
A. Monitors student learning and adjusts instruction as needed
B. Supports student reflection on learning through peer feedback and self-assessment
C. Design and deliver ongoing, timely feedback to students
Director of Teaching and Learning-Secondary for DesMoines Public Schools and PRO Facilitator
Sarah Dougherty has taught in both the elementary and high school art classroom. She has served as the Visual Arts Curriculum Coordinator and as the Local Program Director of the federal Turnaround Arts initiative in the Des Moines Public Schools. Her expertise includes curriculum development, urban school improvement, and arts integration.