Critiques

IB Visual Arts: Critiques

Think of the critique as a collaborative experience. It is a group search for visual solutions, for meaning, and purpose and new ideas.IB Art teachers can use the critique as an opportunity for encouraging the use of subject language, especially if you encourage and prompt it. The critique is also a way of helping students learn to be helpful to each other, to offer constructive criticism and enjoy mutual discoveries.


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