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Baseline assessment in the Arts

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by elainemariemorgan, May 24, 2011.

  1. I'm examining quick and effective methods of establishing baseline assessment in KS3 Art. Has anyone useful experience in this? As an Arts Faculty, were also looking at assessing creativity - any thoughts on this would also be welcome.
  2. if you do come up with one ...id love to know.
  3. Shoe project - get them to draw their school shoe with no help from you..... this gives you their drawing/observation ability. Then get them to design a make (junk modeling) a fantasy shoe. It could be based on their hobby etc - that way if they design a facebook shoe at least you have them engaged.
  4. yeah!project ? [​IMG] fine !

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