Exit Slip bulletin board with levels of understanding...simplify with my 1-4 Marzano scale

Formative assessment- Exit Slip bulletin board with levels of understanding: Originally used in a high school class but could use a similar concept for elementary.

idea for individual or group counseling - 'exit ticket', maybe "what will you USE this week?" or "what will you REMEMBER from today?"

Friday reflection idea or possibly daily exit ticket? "What stuck with you?" and then you can use it for week, day, exit ticket, training.

Peer Editing Classroom Freebies Too:  Love this idea! Just change "writer" to "artist" for an art critique.

Peer Editing Classroom Freebies Too: Love this idea! Just change "writer" to "artist" for an art critique. -- This is a great activity to grab the students attention and allow them to use critical thinking by engaging in peer-collaboration.

Dry Erase Pockets. This blog details the many ways this teacher uses write on wipe off sleeves in her classroom!

Dry Erase Pockets & Their Many Uses

Melissa Acosta I think this is a great idea to assess students learning. When in the middle of a lesson, you can ask a student to circle their response and hold it up to get a quick assessment of who understands the material and who doesn't.

Sample Sheet from "Open-Ended Differentiated Exit Slips for Any Subject, K-5": Quick informal assessments to inform future instruction and potential remedial needs. $ #exitslips

Open-Ended Differentiated EXIT SLIPS for Any Subject, K-5

This is our TAGs Feedback Wheel for peer assessment. Fill out the students name that you are assessing, TELL them something you like, ASK them a question about their work, GIVE them some advice. Mrs B

This is our TAGs Feedback Wheel for peer assessment. Fill out the students name that you are assessing, TELL them something you like, ASK them a question about their work, GIVE them some advice.

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Rationale: Ideas for creating a more engaged environment. Criteria Uses strategies designed to personalize info ration and engage students. Reference: Frondeville, T. March Ten Steps to Better Student Engagement.

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We are 14 days into school (woohoo) and I wanted to share some of the ways I’m supporting my very-beginning writers. One of the best parts of grade is seeing the amazing growth students make in 9 short months. They enter writing single sentences (some

Here’s what’s been up in my class lately. We have been furiously working through the Writing Units of Study from TRWP, whose first unit is on personal narratives.Behavior-wise, October is a weird and wacky month for behavior so I put up two charts for behavior reminders. One is the SLANT chart to promote attentive listening and the 2 Stars & 1 Wish chart to remind students of positive comments before critiques of others. So far, so good…We’ll see what happens the ...

SLANT chart to promote attentive listening and the 2 Stars & 1 Wish chart to remind students of positive comments before critiques of others.

15 Ways to Know When Your Students Aren’t “Getting” It: A Guide to Formative Assessment

"Fist to five" check students rate their understanding by holding up the appropriate number of fingers. The goal is for everyone to be in the green. Great way for students to self-assess their understanding and help you to gauge student understanding.

TAG! You're it! Tell your partner something they did well in PE. Ask a question (related to the PE learning goal). Give your partner a positive suggestion (use success criteria)

Some sort of variation of this for counseling groups! Tell your partner something they did well in PE. Ask a question (related to the PE learning goal). Give your partner a positive suggestion (use success criteria)

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