Pointillism art with Q-tips is one of our standby, super-easy-yet-interesting activities and watercolors work great for it!

Pointillism Art for Kids with Q-tips and Watercolors - Worth Repeating!

REFLECTION (based on Blooms Taxonomy) REMEMBERING (What did I do?) Describe what you did: UNDERSTANDING (What was important about what I did?) Describe what was important about what y...

art analysis worksheet with lots of questions about content, form, process, mood.appropriate for anglophone teens, but could be simplified with easier questions in French for children

20 Practical SLO Ideas for Busy Art Teachers

Showing student growth in art. 20 Practical SLO ideas for busy art teachers from the Art of education.

Image result for success criteria examples for art Put up art masterpieces and have student walk around and fillchart

A great document for students to mark and assess their peer's artwork. Add one of these to the end of an art project to help your students better understand their successes. Could also be used to assess artwork during museum/gallery trips!

What makes a great A level art project venn diagram poster for display or handout

What makes a great A level art project venn diagram poster for display or handout

GCSE art - what makes a great project - venn diagram *** poster / display / handout

SchoolArts article on developing rubrics.

SchoolArts article on developing rubrics (could be used with SmartBoard)

21 Media Resources to Use in Your Elementary or Middle School Art Room

21 Media Resources to Use in Your Elementary or Middle School Art Room (The Art of Education)

THE OTHER ART ONE: Clay With Personality!

Wonderful format for lesson structure hand out for students, modify for elementary.

My district teachers have been told we can't "grade" on Effort. Perhaps I would call that category "engagement"....

Assessment: My district teachers have been told we can't "grade" on Effort. Perhaps I would call that category "engagement".

We’re all familiar with the following stressful scenario. You wake up on a school morning to find yourself so ill that you are practically incapacitated. You spend several minutes fighting an internal struggle. Write substitute lesson plans or go to work feeling like death warmed over? Finally, common sense prevails, and you submit a sub …

We’re all familiar with the following stressful scenario. You wake up on a school morning to find yourself so ill that you are practically incapacitated. You spend several minutes fighting an internal struggle. Write substitute lesson plans or go to work feeling like death warmed over? Finally, common sense prevails, and you submit a sub …

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