Arts Education + Clear A&E = Student Success
Below are some tools to help educators track all of the awesome things happening in the classroom while inspiring project ideas.
Downloadable PDFs and editable Word Documents available by clicking on the links below the picture.
Tracking Observations in the Classroom
This self assessment and goal setting handout can be altered to fit any performance or collaborative space. It will help students to:
track their progress through the creative process, including how they worked with others
identify key pieces of feedback that helped them in their learning
a chart to set goals for the next performance/group collaboration/creative process activity.
This tool can be used as a reflection tool, a conference worksheet, or a thought tracker throughout the process for the students to document key pieces of feedback.
A simple, start/stop/continue worksheet designed to be flexible and useful for both the classroom and professional development environment.
This handout will help people identify next steps. Customize the questions to fit your specific project.
Also useful in determining next steps in professional development, including:
evaluating events and capturing feedback for future years
gathering data from multiple voices to set direction for the future
Using Conversation Tasks For Evaluation
Interview and conversation starters for summative dramatic arts evaluations.
This handout has a series of “end of the year” reflection and consolidation questions. Can we adapted for end of unit interviews and for other arts disciplines. Document includes:
learning goal and success criteria for conversation assessment
a variety of questions that prompt critical thinking
a sample rubric from the Ontario Curriculum that can be adapted to fit your classroom’s co-constructed success criteria