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Getting to Excellent Student Work. New Technology School of Design. Quality work means…. Rethinking Reworking Polishing. Critique Student work with Protocols. Be kind Be specific Be helpful. http:// /assets/critique-peer-edit- sheet.docx. Gallery Critique.

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getting to excellent student work
Getting to Excellent Student Work

New Technology School of Design

quality work means
Quality work means…




critique student work with protocols
Critique Student work with Protocols
  • Be kind
  • Be specific
  • Be helpful

gallery critique
Gallery Critique
  • Beginners Gallery Critique
    • Student work is posted
    • Students find what impresses them and discuss why
    • Positive pressure to produce
  • Marisol Franco: Part I, II, III
  • Dr. Ron Berger
follow clear and specific guidelines
Follow clear and specific guidelines
  • Begin with the author explaining the goals and ideas behind the work as well as what they are trying to achieve
  • Critique the work, not the person
  • Begin with positives, “I like…”
  • Use I statements. “I am confused by…”
  • Use question format when possible
in depth critique
In depth critique
  • Student assignment is one requiring at least 3 drafts
  • All students look at the work of one student or one group selected by you
  • The work selected is either of good quality or poor quality
    • Demonstrates what is good work
    • Demonstrates what to avoid
  • Discussion, Discussion, Discussion