Levels of understanding
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Trina Kelley saved to classroom ideas
The Art and Science of Teaching Posters and Rubrics - The Importance of Having Students Self Assess - In the Classroom with Kristine Nannini
This past year I started reading Robert Marzano’s The Art and Science of Teaching to guide my instruction. So many aspects of that book spoke to me. I love the idea of having students use a four (or five) level rubric to assess themselves before, during, and after their learning of a specific standard. You...
Lily Villanueva saved to 8th Math
The Rainbow Levels of Understanding Posters allow teachers to implement an easy self assessment strategy for any subject!
Paige Schwandt saved to For my Classroom
Check your students’ level of understanding through student goals and self assessment.
Kari Thompson saved to Education
*Updated on 7/11/18. Now includes levels 1-5. *Based on the Marzano Proficiency Scales These posters will allow your students to easily monitor their understanding of any concept. This is a great way for teachers to see how students are feeling about their skills and abilities, letting teachers adapt their instruction and interventions accordingly. I refer to these posters multiple times every single day in my classroom. To rate themselves, I often have my students write their level on their…
Danielle Shrock saved to classroom goodies
This levels of understanding rubric guides all my data tracking during guided math each day. Having a consistent framework that my students are familiar with makes it easy for us to work together to set new math goals, and share feedback about growth duri
Diane Clark saved to notebook
Success is secured ahead of time. It’s something you set your students up for through detailed instruction. You make your content compelling. You show them—model for them—what you expect. You provide precise steps to follow. You practice, review, take questions, and check for understanding. In this way, you know with a high degree of certainty …
Hillary Sheaffer- Hobbs saved to Teaching
Most teachers agree that having students reflect upon their learning is important. But how do you incorporate this valuable reflection time into an already busy day. I've gathered a few ideas of how you can give your students time for meaningful self-reflections and not take up too much of your instruction time. Hand Signals I've found hand signals the quickest and easiest way to give student time for a quick reflect on their learning. 4 fingers mean . . . I know everything that was taught…
Three simple ways for science teachers to assess the level of understanding their students have of the levels of organization in the environment. Examples of living and nonliving parts of the environment can be classified by asking a series of questions.
Leopold Harcup saved to Life Science
Hi everyone! Just popping in today with a little freebie for you to show how much I appreciate you all! This freebie is a great way to check for student understanding after you've introduced a new c
Sarah Gibson saved to Assessment Tools