How Do We Assess Creativity

To complement our evolving collection of resources to support visual arts exploration in the classroom and community, AccessArt is creating a series of resources which help teachers explore Pedagogy in Practice.

Explore why it is important we find a balance between assessing, and trusting, the creative process.


Our Progression Plan highlights key questions to support assessment whilst maintaining a positive and creative classroom environment.

This post explores how we might think about progression in art. How can we more carefully define progression in a way that allows and acknowledges the creative journey of the individual?

This post by Art Consultant Paul Carney explores eight points for measuring performance and progress in art education.

How do we react when a child responds to a task in a very different way to their peers? Jan Miller explores how we give talented children opportunity to grow.

How do we raise aspirations through careful monitoring and presentation of opportunities? Read More.

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