Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Pre/Post assessment of SHoM

I created a simple pre/post assessment of SHoM. I recently had my Art 1 students complete the top part. At the end of the year, they will complete the bottom part. Next year, this is something that I will do the first week of school and then complete at the end of the year.

After break, students will reflect on a sculpture project by using the lens: Engage & Persist. I am working on a think sheet to give them. This is the first 3-D project they have done. Students had to make the transition from thinking to 2-D to thinking in 3-D. Look for photos of our towers & reflections after spring break.


I've started a Pinterest Board about Studio Thinking.

I found these images that show ShoM and ways to integrate them into other curriculum areas.

Cheryl

2 comments:

  1. Cheryl,

    Did they complete the pre-assessment without any introduction to the SHoM language at all? Just curious. I've created an Art I rubric (located in Google Docs) that introduces the students to SHoM thinking through guided reflection, but we won't be formally introducing Art I's to the language until next year.

    Beth

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  2. Hi Beth,
    Yes, the pre-assessment was done without any intro to SHoM. I wanted to know what students thought these terms meant, what ideas they have about studio thinking. I want to find out & document a change in thinking. BTW - my chart is in Google docs - High School section

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