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Lesson Plans


Introduction

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Ellen Jansen (jansene)
Mon, 5 Oct 1998 14:33:21 -0700


Greetings from the Pacific Northwest.

I am an educational researcher with the Northwest Regional
Educational Laboratory
(NWREL). NWREL is a nonprofit institution whose mission is to
provide educational
services for children, youth and adults in schools and communities
throughout the
Northwest region. NWREL has developed an analytic traits assessment
and instructional
model for the language arts.

Based on our traits model, my goal is to develop a flexible
assessment/instructional tool for the visual arts, that would
compliment
any curriculum including DBAE.

I am gathering information related to your experiences (the good, the
bad and
the ugly) with both formal and informal classroom art assessment. I
ask that you
respond freely to the following questions as they apply to your
classroom:

1) Are you currently using an art assessment tool in your classroom?

If yes, please describe.

2) What assessment information is most valuable to you and your
students?

3) Would a program of assessment that included a scoring rubric and
supplemental
instructional strategies and materials (including books, videos,
slide banks, etc.)
be of interest to you?

4) Are you willing to share your art assessment experiences with the
lab so
we may directly respond to the needs of classroom teachers?

I thank you for taking the time to read my message - your comments
will guide my path.
Any information that you are willing to share with me is appreciated
and I will be certain
to respond in kind.

If you wish to contact me directly, please use the addresses and
telephone number listed
below.

Regards,

Ellen Jansen, Associate
Assessment and Evaluation
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory
101 S. W. Main
Suite 500
Portland, Oregon 97204-3297
jansen
1-800-547-6339 Ext. 138