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In this informative course, you will learn how to apply various tools and assessment strategies in the art classroom in meaningful and scalable ways, mastering the difference between assessment of learning and assessment for learning. You will be empowered to sustainably collect, analyze, visualize, and apply data to advocate for students, resulting in more substantial learning outcomes, as you design more culturally responsive assessments. Throughout this course, you will develop a deep understanding of portfolio assessment at the elementary, middle, and high school levels as well as online. Using current lesson plans, you will create several new, effective assessment strategies for immediate application in your classroom.
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