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Ability, Evaluation methods, Performance based assessment, Secondary school curriculum, Student assessment, Visual arts
Areas of learning where performance is measured through systematic and responsible assessment can contribute to the conceptualisation and valuing of art education through the provision of evidence of learning and development of artistic skills. There is a need for measurement to be undertaken in assessment in art production, on the basis of a shared symbol system, that allows for detailed classifications of visual art works. The aim of this study was to improve validity, reliability and credibility in measuring student performance in art production, and thereby increase the positive impact of assessment in the visual arts discipline.
Yates, S. M. (2003, January 01). Optimism and Pessimism in Children. Shannon Research Press. https://research.acer.edu.au/saier/8
Copyright Shirley Yates (Flinders University of South Australia), 2003
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Shannon Research Press