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Fred Benitez
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Adobe Illustrator Assessment

Assessment Published 2/9/15 Last updated on 6/8/17

I would use this as a midterm grade or to check progress from the level 1 graphic design course. The midterm has two parts: multiple choice questions, and a project based assignment. You can choose to just use one piece or combine both into the exam. You can use any application or software (clickers, edmodo, mobile apps, etc) for the multiple choice portion.

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Duration
1+ Day
Content Standards
Graphic Design & Illustration with Adobe Illustrator
ISTE NETS-S
Creativity and Innovation, Technology Operations and Concepts, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
Expertise
Novice
Materials

Adobe Illustrator

Application for multiple choice portion

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Alberto Arriendo Medellin

Posted on 11/9/17 8:52:02 PM Permalink

thanks for sharing this very interesting.

Sir Shafiq

Posted on 4/17/17 8:13:04 PM Permalink

Very handy resource you share I like it ​

Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 9/2/16 10:16:33 PM Permalink

Very useful resource
Thank you for sharing

Darla Hueske

Posted on 5/3/15 10:17:47 PM Permalink

Thank you for this Illustrator text. I used it for my midterm test.

Fred Benitez

Posted on 5/5/15 4:43:54 PM Permalink

Awesome! I'm glad you got some use out of it.

Benjamin Wilson

Posted on 2/27/15 3:21:01 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing - This is great for a mid-term task to assess the students' skill-building so far.

Gigi Fotieo

Posted on 2/15/15 5:06:19 PM Permalink

This is a good comprehensive project. I like projects over standard assessments to gauge student learning.

Clint Balsar

Posted on 2/15/15 2:57:03 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing. This is a really fun challenge idea that will also tell you a lot about how much students have learned and how creative they can now get with their new skills.