Showing Student Growth in Art

Growth


Credits: 2 Credits
PD Hours: 80 Hours
Length: 4 Weeks

Student growth is a growing topic in education. More and more, teachers from all around the country are being asked to not only show what their students know and are able to do, and assess it, but show the journey of where students are starting and how they are progressing toward the learning standards.

This course will help art teachers understand the basic types of student growth data that can be collected, choose meaningful topics to assess, write a solid student growth goal, and create assessments to use directly in the classroom. Learn how to keep track of your complete student growth plan by creating a yearly timeline to keep you organized and streamlined. The process doesn’t have to be daunting – It can be very rewarding to see students learning new concepts in the art room!

  • Research Student Growth initiatives in your area
  • Form a student growth plan specific to your own requirements and needs
  • Put together a timeline for student growth implementation
  • Learn about the different types of student growth and how to implement them
  • Create assessments to use directly in the classroom
  • View exclusive samples of student growth assessment plans in art
  • Develop tools to make tracking growth simple and transparent

No-Credit

$100/credit

  • Degree Level Graduate Credit
  • Morningside Grade Report
  • Morningside Transcript
  • Full HLC Degree-Level Accreditation
  • Letter Grade
  • 80+ PD Contact Hours
  • Full Access to Class Resources
  • Full Instructor Feedback
  • AOE Certificate of Course Completion
$200
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Credit

$250/credit

  • Degree Level Graduate Credit
  • Morningside Grade Report
  • Morningside Transcript
  • Full HLC Degree-Level Accreditation
  • Letter Grade
  • 80+ PD Contact Hours
  • Full Access to Class Resources
  • Full Instructor Feedback
  • AOE Certificate of Course Completion
$500
Buy Now

 

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Sample topics we’ll cover:

      • Why student growth?
      • Student growth initiatives: locally and nationally
      • The types of student growth
      • What should you assess?
      • Writing a winning student growth goal
      • Writing quality assessments
      • Student growth timeline and plan
      • Collecting and analyzing data

 


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