Discipline Based Assessment Criteria
Creative Thinking and Expression (Aesthetics)
A The work reveals a creative approach to the problem, as well as ideas that are developed with intelligence and originality.
B The work reveals evidence of a search for new ideas and some original solutions to the problem.
C The work appears fundamentally strong but lacks chance or risk taking in its creative expression.
D The work does not appear very imaginative but shows attempts of some inventive thought.
F The work reveals little interest in the project. It appears mundane, without imagination.
Understanding the Fundamentals of Design (Criticism)
A The elements and principles of art covered in the unit are utilized as an integral part of the composition and are displayed with expertise.
B The elements and principles of art are successfully incorporated into the composition.
C The work demonstrates a basic understanding of the fundamentals of art covered in the unit.
D The work reveals some understanding of the fundamentals of art covered in the unit.
F The work displays little understanding of the elements and principles of art
covered in the unit and they are poorly utilized in the composition.