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Maine Arts Commission

Attn: Argy Nestor

193 State Street, 25 SHS

Augusta, Maine 04333-0025

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Argy Nestor: argy.nestor@maine.gov

Catherine Ring: ms.catherinering@gmail.com

Rob Westerberg: mainellama4@gmail.com

~ The Maine Arts Leadership Initiative is a program of the Maine Arts Commission ~

Visual Art Resources

 

MALI Resource Bank Exemplars

Visual Arts Units and Lessons to study and/or to implement

 

21st Century Skills, Arts Map

 

Artsonia's Art Project Lesson Plans

 

Assessment In Art Education

Examples of large scale state assessments throughout the country

 

"I Can" Statements

From North Carolina. An extraordinary resource to switch thing from "what I teach" to "what my students know and can do"

 

Kennedy Center ArtsEdge Lessons for Visual Art

 

Maine Learning Results for Visual Art

 

NAEA's book reviews

 

National Core Arts Standards (revised)

 

Middle School / High School Visual Art Syllabus - Australia

A profoundly comprehensive AND clear and concise tiered approach... a must read for anyone developing a comprehensive curriculum. Word format!!!!

 

Middle School / High School Supporting Document on Visual Assessment - Australia

 

On-Line Resources for Art Classes! By Grade Level By Performance Indicator

In January, 2010, the Maine Department of Education awarded the Maine Alliance for Arts Education a grant to support the identification and encourage the use of Open Educational Resources (OERs) in the Visual and Performing Arts. OERs are free on-line or digitized materials that may be used by students and teachers for educational purposes. 

 

Ten Assessment Resources for Art Teachers

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Visual Art Assessment Articles

Grading Art

by Marvin Bartel, Ed.D. Art Education © 2005

An outstanding primer on Assessing Visual Art with resources and articles imbedded. Topics include:

- learning or process or product

- longitudinal grading 

- normative grading

- classroom behavior

- formative learning 

- tests for art

- should art be graded