This is the version for the UK & Australia as it uses the word ‘tone’ rather than ‘value’*. There is a US version here.
‘Marking a drawing with a Sticker’ is a brilliant way to cut your marking time right down. This download comes with 7 different phrases, each of which fills an A4 page. Just print them at the beginning of the year onto stickers and see your workload go down.
The wording includes the 7 most frequent things that art teachers find themselves writing when marking a drawing. Each one is written as a target for improvement. For example, improving the overall shape, adding darker tones, how not to smudge and more.
Each image is 45mm in diameter, so small enough not to be intrusive but large enough to read. You can buy stickers of the right size here.
Marking a Drawing with a sticker is one of many Art Assessment resources on The Arty Teacher.
*I believe in Australia art teachers predominately use the word ‘tone’ but also use ‘value’.
Great idea which will hopefully help with workload. Silly me, in my tired end-of-term state of mind, didn’t read the description properly and thought i was buying stickers, rather than the things to print onto stickers. My bad. The stickers cost an extra £20 including VAT and delivery, but that is for 100 sheets, which hopefully will keep me & colleagues going for a while.
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