Data-Based Art Education Practices to Improve the Classroom Experience


Data-Based Art Education Practices to Improve the Classroom Experience

Wednesday, October 4, 2023
FREE for NAEA members; $49 for nonmembers

How do you design student assessments? In this webinar, we’ll consider how student assessment in the visual arts classroom provides more than a grade. The presenters will demonstrate how to create assessments that provide rich data for improved lesson planning, curriculum, and program development at the heart of action research, as well as explain why using state and national standards to design project rubrics can develop benchmarks within the context of your school program to ensure a continuous cycle of student accomplishment and feedback for teaching and learning.

Bob Sabol

Associate Head of the Rueff School of Design, Art, and Performance, Purdue University

Bob Sabol is a professor of art education at Purdue University. He is a Past President of NAEA, Chair of the Board of Trustees for NAEF, and a member of the NCAS Leadership Team. He is also an NAEA Distinguished Fellow and recipient of the Eisner Lifetime Achievement Award, Barkan Award, and National Art Educator Award. Sabol’s research topics include assessment, arts education policy, and curriculum.

James Rees

Commissioner At-Large, NAEA Research Commission; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University

A widely known champion of the arts, James Rees is a passionate advocate for art education that balances theory, research, and practice. James currently serves as a Commissioner At-Large for the NAEA Research Commission, and he has served as a Vice President (Pacific Region) of the National Art Education Association and has served as Secondary Division Director.


Janine Campbell

Visual Arts Teacher, Byron Center Public Schools, Michigan

Janine Campbell has been teaching students in a middle school classroom since 2004. Her students have received local and national recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and she was honored as the Michigan Art Education Association Middle Level Educator of the Year in 2015, and the National Art Education Association Western Region Middle Level Educator of the Year in 2015. She has also received the Artsonia Leadership Award in 2019, and the MACUL Innovative Teacher of the Year Award in 2020.

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