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Learning Goals - Rubrics

Grading Rubric Printable Worksheet Main Character Birthday Book Report Project... great visuals for student self evaluation on same page as teacher evaluation.... from Unique Teaching Resources

Common Core Star Rubrics and Differentiated Checklists for grade one >>> color version for the whole class and small groups and this black and white version for student evaluations. Place in book with work sample. Great for reporting and parent comms. One for each ELA standard.$

This would be great to create after teaching the lesson in the curriculum the first week of school.

Marzano Kid-Friendly Scales! Your choice of 4-point or 5-point scale (Both Included!! - Just print the one you want to use). Also includes individual Student Scales!!!

Mrs. Gilchrist's Class: Marzano Kid-Friendly Scales!

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ExitTicket - is a powerful interactive student response system designed to give you detailed performance data for every student in your class....

Evaluation Time?! No Sweat! Just Strut Your Stuff!

Free Technology for Teachers: Rubrics for Blogging and Multimedia Projects

These are simple Checking for Understanding Marzano Posters. I was looking for some that have a plain black background. So, I created these. Hope you can use them in your classroom. ---Teaching by the Beach

Marzano Checking for Understanding

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The Core of Effective Discussions - Learn tips for using the Think-Pair-Share and Talking Sticks discussion strategies along with standards-based discussion questions to help you meet the reading CCSS

SELF EVALUATION - This self-evaluation resource is designed to help even very young students identify HOW they learn. It is best used at the beginn...

A Must See Visual Featuring The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Great to give each student to put on their desk that they can refer to after lessons. Students will simply circle the leaf or thumb that reflects their knowledge about the lesson.