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Students get tired of the typical "reflect the single point over the line," "reflect the triangle over the x-axis," and "draw the other half of the butterfly." By 5th grade, the students have probably seen the "reflection" lesson at least 3 times! This lesson is a little more advanced and involves a
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5th - 10th
Now more than ever, students need to know and understand the contributions of Black visual artists in society. All of these artists use their art for social commentary, bringing to light issues of equity and social injustice. It's our role as educators to lead the way in learning about and including
A short way for a student to reflect on any personal artwork. Has a 5 point likert scale at the top and 4 simple questions. To conserve paper fits 4 to a page. You could have project specific questions on the board to be written by student or copied on the back.
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2nd - 12th
ART APPRECIATION & ARTIST REFLECTION PACK simple exercises that can be used with any art and artist After {or while} viewing ANY piece of art and/or learning about ANY artist, your student will answer questions and make some illustrations. This exercise helps your student connect with the art
New & Improved Update for 2020!!! Much more detailed and student-friendly. Also now with a Guide to help students!!!!! Thanks for your feedback. This Reflection and Self-Assessment Document is an excellent resource to help students reflect on a unit and/or projects in a simple and effective way.
This Artist Statement worksheet is perfect for those younger artists who are beginning to reflect on their artwork and need help writing about their artistic process. This worksheet can also be used with the Artist Statement Prompt Cards which provide students with three simple art sentence starters
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K - 6th
Worksheet and assessment tool assists students reflection on the elements of art used in their work, the learner profile and how it applied to their project and experience, and a reflection guide that can also be used as an artist statement for Artsonia. PYP Student Artwork Reflection and Artist Sta
This resources prompts students to reflect on their use of Studio Habits of Mind (from the Studio Thinking Project at Project Zero) during art-making. The form includes prompts and questions to inspire thoughtful answers for all 8 habits as well as a space for writing an artist's statement and a gen
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8th - 12th
Artist Statement Worksheet for Student Self-Reflection of Work. Students explain the choices they made in their work and list which elements of art and principles of design they used.
Help your students learn to self-assess and respond to their artwork with these easy-to-use reflection sheets. Three different options - pick the one that suits you and your class best or rotate them out to keep it fresh. Perfect for early finishers!
Are you wondering if your student artists are truly grasping the concepts being taught or if they are learning something about themselves in the art making process? Look no further! I created this reflection form for my high school students to fill out upon completion of their projects and it has he
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6th - 12th
This simple artist reflection sheet allows students to reflect on their creative process after completing a work of art. The reflection sheet offers several prompts to get your students thinking critically about their work as they describe their creations, and what they learned throughout the proces
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4th - 12th
This is a great tool to use for an artist reflection to explain their project. It allows students to describe, analyze, interpret and decide about their own artwork.
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7th - 12th
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Want to inspire your teenage ceramics students? Use what they love! Their phones!!!Your high school students will brainstorm, design, and create a unique phone stand. Included in this bundle is:Power point presentation with requirements, steps, photos, and tips for success.Student brainstorming shee
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7th - 12th
General Reflection Sheet. Use in Visual arts classes after the completion of an artwork.
I have my students write- yes! WRITE after every project that they complete in order to reflect upon their process and final piece and continue to grow as an artist. Being introspective and reflective about your work helps you become better and better at whatever you do. This is especially helpful
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These are four sheets that are aesthetically designed to be able to be displayed or used in student art journals for a variety of grade levels. This focuses on guided self assessment but can also be used to guide conversations for conferences or critiques. I use these with fourth and fifth graders b
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3rd - 11th
These printable Artist Reflection Exit Tickets are designed for elementary art students, Kindergarten-5th grade. Each sentence starter is aligned with one of the four domains of the National Core Arts Standards (Creating, Presenting, Responding, Connecting), marked by a Cr, P, R, or Co in the upper
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2nd - 5th
It's so important to get our kids thinking about and responding to others' performances! Help guide them as active listeners and audience members by giving them something to watch FOR. This also gives you insight into each of their individual perspectives - I'm consistently surprised at some of the
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Not Grade Specific

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Students can use this to reflect on their year in the art classroom. This is a good way for the teacher to determine how students perceive their time in the art classroom.
This mind-map on the theme of REFLECTION provides links to 27 artists from varied times and places. Organised with sub-themes, this resource is a great was of supporting students personal investigations and introducing them to diverse approaches to the theme.You can print as an A3 poster or an A4 ha
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9th - 11th
Quarter-page Artist Reflection Forms are double-sided. Students can complete them quickly and attach them to their artwork to make grading within the context of the artist's experience easy! Blank space on the reverse side is a great space for teacher or peer critique notes.
Using Art Portfolios? Students can reflect on their favorite pieces and the success of their work using this simple and effective checklist for young artists.
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K - 5th
A worksheet designed to help students write an artist statement. This handout may also be used for a self-evaluation after completing an art project.
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5th - 12th

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