Record Keeping Tip: Here's a simple way to make quick work of taking anecdotal notes! Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders.
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Keep all your student data together. Track student progress toward IEP goals, to make it easier to do IEP goal reports....
2nd Grade Data Folder and Checklist~ supports Common Core! Editable pages
create something like this for math journals to record their fact assessment data or in their reading journals for story test, wol, adventures in writing data, etc.
Study tip: Don’t take notes with a laptop by Cindi May, scientificamerican: Research reveals students who use longhand remember more and have a deeper understanding of the material. #Learning #Memory #Note_Taking
I like the idea of students charting their progress from that week. I'm thinking I'll make one for timed addition, subtraction, and multiplication tests instead.
File Folder Games Organization and a Freebie!
Quick Formative Assessment Tool. The teacher can give a problem to solve over any subject and have them write down their answer on a sticky note. They will then put their sticky note with their answer on their assigned number onto the parking lot (only the teacher will know who is who) this way the teacher can assess the students. Pretty cool idea :)