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PGCE - Assessments that can be documented from the art class room

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by Lottes, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Lottes

    Lottes New commenter

    Could you not document the verbal assessments through video/ photography/ or by writing notes on what has taken place?
    Much feedback <u>should</u> be ongoing and verbal - in my opinion, purely written assessment would be rather dry, less effective and very time-consuming. Do students ever write targets after being given the verbal feedback?
    The assignment will want you to look at various AfL strategies being used - peer, self and teacher assessment. If you definitely need paper-based evidence how about producing a 'star, star, wish' sheet where students evaluate their own or others' work, providing 2 positives and one area for improvement. There are lots of other possibilities like this.... Just remember that assessment is not all teacher-based.
     
  2. darkness

    darkness New commenter

    Criterion, ipsative, formative, self, peer, written? All of which can be documenting the work through photos.

    Example, you could document a piece of work from someone, such as a painting, then after being taught, you can document again and can visually through photos show if that person has improved or not but not against any set criteria but where they originally started and where they are now (ipsative form of assessment which would exclude the criterion element in the main)

    Criterion, a set of criteria set out, each with a grading system attached, so so much is required to gain certain marks, then a task is set. You document the task, and show who met the criteria and who did not and what grading they had as a result.
     

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