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Making SLO’s in the Art Room Manageable

Making SLO's in the Art Room Manageable

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5 Books Every Art Teacher Needs to Read (The Art of Education)

This rubric will make grading art products and project learning a snap.  This rubric will make art assessment easy to understand for students, pare...

This rubric will make grading art products and project learning a snap. This rubric will make art assessment easy to understand for students, pare.

I don't know if you've noticed, but student growth is a BIG topic of conversation in schools right now.  And if you're in the arts, this may feel (yet again) as though you're needing to create something that effects you and your students without a lot of support.  How many of you have actually seen

The ART of Setting Student Growth Targets

General idea for Are you struggling with developing an SLO/SGO (Student Learning or Growth Objectives) this year? Check out our helpful infographic for developing a target that MAKES SENSE for the arts!

20 Quick Formative Assessments You Can Use TODAY - The Art of Education

20 Quick Formative Assessments You Can Use TODAY (The Art of Education)

20 simple, quick, effective ways to check on your students and get some real information to plan instruction. As a bonus, kids get in on their own learning and goal setting!

Do you have a school-wide tool for critiquing art in ANY classroom as well as across the fine arts?  Grab this free resource from EC writer Typhani Harris

Art Critique in the Classroom - A Feedback Technique

Artistic Critique based on 21 st century learning/Blooms taxonomy. Do you have a school-wide tool for critiquing art in ANY classroom as well as across the fine arts? Grab this free resource from EC writer Typhani Harris!

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