Student Created Rubrics for Assessment
Teachers use rubrics. We use rubrics for writing, math, social studies projects, listening and speaking, science-- everything! We are even evaluated on a rubric (depending on if your county or state has gone that route)! So why can't our kids? I got to really thinking one day and I was so tired of constantly reminding my kids (and sounding like a broken record) of what my expectations are and how I will be evaluating them that I decided that they would be coming up with a grading system of…
Reflecting on Learning FREEBIE!
Reflection is the most important part of the learning process. These simple templates allow students to take ownership of their learning and track their progress by reflecting on the lesson objective/learning target. You may also like: Assessment in Instruction: Danielson 3d DOK Depth of Knowledg...
*CALM DOWN CORNER *TAKE A BREAK *ZEN ZONE Self-Regulation Coping Skills Toolkit
CREATE A TRAUMA INFORMED CLASSROOM with over 20 INTERACTIVE PEACE CORNER TOOLSThe Calm Corner Toolbox invites students to use self-regulation coping skills and calming strategies when they are feeling upset, sad, impulsive, distracted or worried in class or at home. Help foster a mindfulness-based ...
Self assessment/visible learning tool for students. Name on at start of a new concept, do at again at the end of the lesson to see if it has changed. Helps them to be more organised and responsible for their learning in the classroom.
Visible learning : learning intention and succesd criteria display. Every session this changes. Our daily flow chart includes this so tge students know to read it straight away. Lower level readers have "buddies"'to help them read this. 2.3A Sahps
4 Great Rubrics to Develop Students Presentations and Speaking Skills
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education