Assessment in art education / Donna Kay Beattie.

Assessment in art education / Donna Kay Beattie.

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Beattie, Donna Kay.
Worcester, Mass. : Davis Publications, 1997.
xi, 147 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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NX280.B43 1997z
Appendix includes core curriculum skills, art products and processes, scoring rubric, performance strategies, test blueprint, and list of possible biases.
Includes bibliographical references (page 144) and index.
Details and evaluates a wide variety of performance assessment strategies, from portfolios and art journals to integrated performance options. Traditional methods, scoring and judging strategies, as well as formative and summative assessment styles are all explored. --from publisher description.
ch. 1. Introduction to art assessment --
Why bother? --
Recent developments in theory and research --
The basics : what the art educator needs to know --
ch. 2. Performance assessment strategies --
Distinction among types --
Portfolios --
Journals, diaries, logs --
Integrated performances --
Performance-based vs. other assessment strategies --
ch. 3. Traditional strategies : tests, questionnaires, and visual identification --
Questionnaires and inventories --
Visual identification --
How useful are conventional testing formats? --
ch. 4. Scoring and judging strategies --
The objective/subjective distinction --
Scoring or judging examples --
Rating scales --
Annotated portfolios --
ch. 5. Formative assessment --
Implementing formative assessments --
Formative assessment strategies --
Ch. 6. Summative assessment --
Implementing summative assessments --
Ch. 7. Art assessment guideline --
1. Clarification of the purpose(s) of the assessment --
2. Clarification of the domain to be assessed --
3. Clarification of the assessment task or strategy --
4. Clarification of the assessment task exercises --
5. Clarification of the scoring or judging plan --
6. Clarification of the reporting-out plan --
ch. 8. Validity and reliability --
Issues of validity, reliability, and item analysis.
Art education in practice series.
Art education in practice series