-Explain what you mean
-Give criteria
-Explain grades (rubric) not just a letter
-Mask your emotions to some extent
-Gain respect from your students
--> Use professional language
-Be prepared to explain a lot
-ASSESSMENT ANCHORS
--> Content needs to link to math, reading, and science
-Be explicit and inform students ahead of time
-Some are just to see how doing not for grades

Resources:


Delicious:
http://delicious.com/cnischal/Assessment
http://delicious.com/cnischal/assessment_anchors

from Art Ed. Methods:
http://artedelementary.wikispaces.com/Assessment

(Also see Assessment Packet)

Books:
Donna Kay Beattie, Assessment in Art Education
Charles Dorn, Assessing Expressive Learning



Donna Beattie Presents, "Assessment: Rich and Compelling Content"

Part I


Part II