Create, complete and send Rubrics to students using Google Forms.
Discover 5 quick and easy lesson closure ideas and activities that you can use instantly in your classroom. Exit tickets, vocabulary maps, questioning and more. Applicable across all content areas and grade levels. Grab FREE lesson closure templates in
Put weekly assessing in the hands of the students with this FREE Weekly Self-Assessment.
Standards Based Grading rubric explanaion
Rubrics Made Easy With Google Forms
Marzano Effort & Achievement Rubric -all content areas Students and teacher can use Marzano's effective instructional strategies to score effort and achievement. Great for group work, individual work, and building independent students!
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!!!
3 Tips Make Marzano Scales Effective - Mrs. L's Leveled Learning
These scales are great to put on students desks so that they are able to individually reflect on how much they know. This product has four different scales that includes Marzano scales from 4-1 and a thumbs up, down & sideways scale. There are fall, winte
Never heard of Marzano Scales? Maybe you've heard of Marzano but don't know what all the hype is about? Get the gist in this blog post.
Video tutorial with examples of using Marzano learning goals and scales. Lots of thinking DONE for you!
Your lesson was beautifully prepared and taught. The big question is: Did students get it? A quick way to check for understanding at the end of a lesson is to use an exit slip (sometimes called an exit ticket).
Very interesting exit slips (free download)
Marzano's 9 Effective Instructional Strategies
STUDENT-LED SELF ASSESSMENT: MARZANO LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING - TeachersPayTeachers.com
Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE! Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class. ($)
Here are some ways to ask questions early to assess understanding.
FREE DOWNLOAD How To Use: 1. As a formative assessment to see if students understood a concept. 2. As a way for students to ask questions about something they didn't understand (which I can address or "tweet back" the next day) 3. As a way for students to tell the teacher something they found interesting.
This would be great to create after teaching the lesson in the curriculum the first week of school.
This is an activity I use at the end of the day. It is similar to a student work log. I usually encourage students to base this on essential questi...
Computer Lab Rubric - PS 212 School of CyberScience and Literacy
Literacy Center Rubric - - maybe for Work on Writing
Moving from Web 2.0 to Mobile 1:1 tools info graphic - alternative ways for students to demonstrate their learning. #edtech #elearning
Why Teachers should use rubrics [Infographic]