There are 4 self-reflection sheets in this pack. All of them have questions or "I Can" statements based on the TAB standards. One has emojis for students to circle, another has numbers (for standards-based grading), another has numbers to circle with space for an explanation, and the last has open questions for the end of a project.
Check out more items from TAB and TAG for more Teaching for Artistic Behavior(TAB)-related work: TAB Standards Print-Out, TAB Turn-In Slips, TAB Self-Reflection sheets, TAB Student Art Logs, and much more!
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I practice TAB (Teaching for Artistic Behavior), but I do not own, nor did I create TAB as a concept or organization. I merely use the "TAB" label as I follow its philosophy and general practice, and hope that the pieces I've created for my TAB classroom promote this practice for the sake of students. I do not hope to gain (monetarily or otherwise) from other people's work. From the TAB website: "Established in 2001, the Teaching for Artistic BehaviorTM (TAB) organization is a grassroots educational movement entirely developed and maintained by art teachers."