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Getting Started with Peer Feedback
Why Use Peer Feedback? 0:46
Ideas for Implementation 4:52
Using Rubrics to Identify Quality Characteristics 2:38
Moving into Gallery Walks
Simple Gallery Walk Set Up 1:36
"Props" Gallery Walk Process 1:39
Identifying Quality Characterists Using a Gallery Walk 2:12
Self-Reflection Formats 0:57
Using Technology to Assist Self-Reflection 2:52
Alternative Verbal Reflection Ideas 1:43
Using Teacher-Student Conferencing 2:38
Incorporating Literacy Strategies
Simple Strategies to Start With 3:18
Using "Snap" Words in Critique 1:52
Utilizing Vocab Cards 1:31
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Explore practical strategies for using technology to organize both written and verbal self-reflections.
2 Streamline your grading process through student/teacher conferencing.
3 Learn to use “snap words” to solve the dilemma of “basic” language during a critique.
Feedback and self-reflection are essential formative tools in the artmaking process. In this PRO Pack, you will learn specific and simple strategies to implement both peer and teacher-led feedback within your classroom. Discover feedback techniques to reinforce literacy skills while improving your students’ artwork. Start the transformative use of feedback in your class today!
3. Assessment Design
B. Develops various assessment strategies for classroom use
4. Assessment Implementation
B. Supports student reflection on learning through peer feedback and self-assessment
C. Design and deliver ongoing, timely feedback to students
High School Art Teacher and PRO Facilitator
As a practicing artist and high school art teacher, Kim strongly believes in the power of artistic expression to transform individuals and communities. Kim is committed to mentoring students to become independent, assertive, and cultured adults and believes that being an active artist is essential to being an effective art teacher and community member.