A-level (only) Art and Design: Teacher standardisation 2020/2021
This is designed to standardise marking using exemplars of work for Art and Design covering all titles and the full ability range. This year is the first year of Art and Design teacher standardisation going online, and will be split into three parts, outlined below.
Please note that the live online event that you are booking on to is part three, and that parts one and two will need to be completed in your own time before attending. These are available on the Secure Key Materials (SKM) area of e-AQA under Teacher Standardising Material/June 2021.
- Introductory and training set video. Watch the video which will take you through a brief introduction of how Art and Design teacher standardisation will be run this year, along with some training sets.
- Marking exercise. There are exemplar sets that have been photographed in their entirety for you to mark before attending the live online event. This can be found with the video above.
- Live online event. Attend the online teacher standardisation event with any questions you may have about marking.
This live online event (part 3) is limited to a maximum of one delegate per school/college per series. However parts 1 and 2 are not limited and can be accessed by all Art teachers regardless of being booked onto part 3.
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Each live online event will:
- give you the opportunity to ask questions regarding standardisation and marking.
We appreciate that you may have questions about the arrangements for awarding grades this summer following the government's decision to cancel exams. We won't be able to answer any questions about this in this online event as we won't know the details until after Ofqual's consultation but we promise to update and support you over the coming weeks and months.
Schools/colleges offering the A-level specification for the first time or those whose marks were significantly adjusted by AQA the previous year.