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Visual Arts students from these schools are currently involved at various levels with vivacrtique.
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The American
International School,
Egypt
Chatsworth International
School,
Singapore
Christian
International School,
Korea
Yokohama International
School,
Japan
K International School
Tokyo,
Japan
Escuela Bella Vista
School,
Venezuela


The philosophy behind viva critique is allow visual arts students to use 21st century learning tools to share their work and ideas and interact with their peers. We believe that this collaborative platform has the potential to deliver many benefits for participating students, in particular to develop their critical reasoning skills. This is not merely a 'shop-window' or an online gallery, but an interactive, collaborative forum, where students exchange written and oral critical feedback. Students can share their work with other International students from around the world.
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2012 formal, written peer
student FEEDBACK

2010/11 peer feedback
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audiovisual self-evaluationsstudents' post digital reflections
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individual students eportfolios
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New feature! this is an informal
message board to exchange quick
ideas questions, tips etc.
email mccroryj@yis.ac.jp

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videos of student in-class presentation
vivacritique feedback guide
videos of IB Diploma Visual Arts exhibitions

Arts students

- students develop the necessary skills to evaluate the work of other's, thus improving their ability to analyze their own work.
- This is also a two way process that could include possible, ideas, new artists, techniques and resources.
- Students experience a wide range of approaches from different students in different countries, with different teachers
- When the exchange merits it, students print the exchanges and paste them in their work book.

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web Artresearch
a collaborative area to
find and add the latest art news
arts medialinks
Art Colleges and Universitiesapplications, fees, portfolios etc




A series of galleries showing work in different media are currently in development


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Calling Art teachers, are you interested in setting up collaboration using the vivacritique platform for your students?This is a collaborative site, designed to faciltate students to engage in a process of ongoing critical feedback about each others` work, from students from their own school and with others in written form and via skype. The student feedback guide is aimed to ensure that although this feedback is critical, it is also constructive and positive in nature. Do you have any ideas how to make it better? contact: mccroryj@yis.ac.jp
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