Here is another post on teacher evaluation for you!
As my previous post mentioned, a standardized/concrete measure is required of all teachers. This falls under Indicator of Academic Growth and Development (IAGD) #1.
Now I will touch upon what is required of IAGD #2, the non-standardized assessment. The success of this goal is measured based upon a rubric. In the past, my focus area has ranged from critical analysis of an artwork to self portraiture. This year I am focusing on artist statements with my fourth graders!
The slightly confusing part of it all is that these two IAGDs should work together to support one larger, broader Student Learning Objecting (SLO) that works to support our school wide goals. Our school wide goals happen to be the 4C's:
(oh and a new one this year) Character
Pretty easy to connect anything I do in my art room to AT LEAST one of those!
My SLO this year: Students in 4th grade will develop excellence in communication by conveying meaning through the presentation of artistic work. (VA:Pr6)
In order to further support our content area I threw in which specific National Standard I am using. (Presenting, Anchor Standard 6)
On to the freebies!
I have been working on some documents to guide my 4th graders along through the process of writing an artist statement. Included in the PDF is also the rubric I created to grade them.
Hope this was at least a bit helpful to you as we all try to figure out and manage data collection in the art room!
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