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AfL Ideas please...

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by ecoartist, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. ecoartist

    ecoartist New commenter

    Trying to put together interesting, effective or practical AfL Ideas , would be great if you share the way you use AfL in Art lessons.
    Happy to share all ideas with the TES community once I gather around plenty of AfL in art.

    many thanks
     
  2. ecoartist

    ecoartist New commenter

    Trying to put together interesting, effective or practical AfL Ideas , would be great if you share the way you use AfL in Art lessons.
    Happy to share all ideas with the TES community once I gather around plenty of AfL in art.

    many thanks
     
  3. hi, i am currently also looking for examples of good practice in AfL in art & design.
    We currently do a lot of peer and self assessment using assessment objectives to develop individual targets at KS4. In the lower school we do a lot of '2 stars and a wish' type stuff and formative assessment of sketchbook work, sharing learning objectives etc.
    I am particularly interested in the use of questionning in art lessons - something which we all do anyway - but has anybody got any examples of beautifully crafted questions that have led to a really good discussion?
    thanks!
     
  4. What Key Stages are you focusing on for questioning? Blooms Taxonomy always a winner.
     
  5. Just been looking at blooms and its application to art teaching- very useful thanks!
    I'm focusing on KS3 at the moment.
     

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