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Twitter Exit/Enter Slips

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Creating a pen and paper Twitter feed as an exit slip for formative assessment.
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I think this could be used to assess in many ways. I would use this board for enterance and exit slips. I would place the topic above and have students create a question about it, or something they would like to know about it, for the enterance slip. I would also have them place one fact they have learned for the exit slips.

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Dolch Sight Word Assessment and Progress Monitoring Materials

Dolch Sight Word Assessment and Progress Monitoring Materials | Online Resources (Classroom) | Scoop.it
Assess your student's knowledge of the Dolch 220 sight words with the Make, Take & Teach sight word assessment. Assessment materials, directions for
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This is a great way to monitor your students progress with sight words. I think this would also be helpful to show the students progress throughout the year. I would love to use this, because is would show a great representation of the students work for parents or guardians.

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Self Assessment Tools

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An easy way to have K-2 students reflect at the end of each quarter.... coloring!!! LOVE how simple this would be to implement! I have GOT to get data notebooks from The CraZy Schoolteacher for this year! $
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I think this is an interesting way to get your students to assess their understanding about the different concepts covered in the classroom. I am sharing this because I like having options, because what you use depends on the class. The only issue with this cute idea would be that the students may want a red flower, just because that is his or her favorite color not because they lack understanding.

 

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The How and Why of the Exit Slip

The How and Why of the Exit Slip | Online Resources (Classroom) | Scoop.it
Have you ever required your students to fill out an exit slip at the conclusion of a lesson or as a ticket out the door?  You collect them, place them on your desk, forget about them, then later th...
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I think exit slips are a great way for students to express their understanding about a specific topic. These slips aloow students who are shy, or are scared to ask the question because they do not want to feel dumb. There are a ton of great exit slips, I like this site because it also provided a why as well as the exit slips. There are many ways to give exit slips a collect it, and this site provides a few different methods.

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Marzano Student Self-Assessment Rubric

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Here is a Marzano's Student Self-Assessment Rubric that I use with my students across all subjects areas. This scale can be used before, during, and after
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This is a great way for students to assess themselves. As a teacher I could have them rate their understanding by holding up the correct number with their hands. I could also have them write the number on top of homework, or classwork. This could be a way for me to know whether or not they understood the work, or may have needed additional help.

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Into the Book: Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies

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Into the Book is a reading comprehension resource for elementary students and teachers.
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This is a reading comprehension website. This is a great site to use when you are working with comprehension, or to assess your students ability to comprehend text. This site breaks down the different strategies that you can use while comprehending. As an educator you can assess the comprehension, and which startegy the students struggles with.

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Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds (Web 2.0)

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This is a useful tool to create word clouds. This can be used for the students to make connections using different word choices, or words that contain a similar meaning.

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I Can... {Simple Daily Assessments for the First Week}

I Can... {Simple Daily Assessments for the First Week} | Online Resources (Classroom) | Scoop.it
Want to know what your students can do within the first week of school? These are simple assessments to help you gain insight into the knowledge of your
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I would love to use this for the first week of classes, in the lower grades of course. I think making an "I can" book would be encouraging to the students to display their academic skills. This can be altered to fit in other grades, using the standards from the previous year. This could help the teacher know the concepts his or her students need to refresh.

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{FREE} Guided Reading Assessment Rubric
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I thought this is a great rubric that can be used to judge guided reading in the classroom. This would be something that I would use with my students. I think this would be a great way to asses my students reading abilities.

 

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Success Rubric for ANY Subject - Posters, Rubric & More

Success Rubric for ANY Subject - Posters, Rubric & More | Online Resources (Classroom) | Scoop.it
Success Rubric - I've used a "Pizza Analogy" in my classroom for years to help my students understand the difference between Meeting Expectations (basic cheese
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This is a cute idea on a different way to assess the students, or have them complete a self assessment. This ventures away from a standard rubric and creates a more visual way to look through the understanding. I would use this in my classroom.

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Assessment in My Reading Workshop

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Many teachers are excited to implement a Reading Workshop in their classroom.  And why not?  It is a framework for teaching reading that allows students to read self-selected texts at their own level, and it provides us teachers with many opportunities to differentiate our teaching to meet the wide variety of readers we often find in our classrooms.  However, when we give up the traditional methods of teaching reading, there can initially be a concern when it comes to assessment.  The basal texts and other prepackaged reading programs come complete with end-of-the-story comprehension questions for each selection, fill-in-the blank vocabulary worksheets to match the
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I thought this website showed some insight on the beginning process of reading workshops. I loved the idea of the reading interview, and then meet with the student individually. This way you have a chance to emphasize on specific topics from the brief interview. I would use this in my future classrom!

 

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What’s Sticking With Your Students? Six Simple (and Sticky) Strategies for Checking Comprehension

What’s Sticking With Your Students? Six Simple (and Sticky) Strategies for Checking Comprehension | Online Resources (Classroom) | Scoop.it
The unit is finished and the test is later this week. What will you do to help your students review? Here are some fun and easy ways to check how much they know and remind them of what they
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These are fun ways to check your students understanding for comprehension. These different strategies are great methods to use, for any subject. This is a site for the teacher to use to find different assessment strategies.

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Christina Gasaway's curator insight, April 13, 2014 11:15 PM

This resource offers 6 different approaches to checking the comprehension of students in ways other than standing in front of the class asking questions while the class is bored. The ideas are ones that would hold student interest in the activities and help the teacher gauge the student's/class' comprehension.  

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Motivational Poster Generator

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FakePosters.com: Demotivational Posters for those with way too much free time! Browse or create your own demotivational poster.
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This is a useful tool that can allow the students to create a visual definition for a word. The can define the word or use a clever phrase that goes along with their word. They can also tie a picture into the poster to help visualize the word.

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Jamie Pope's curator insight, April 13, 2014 8:42 PM

Allows users to summarize a topic or correlate a definition to a picture (or vice versa). It would be a quick, efficient way to assess overall understanding of a specific topic. Allows users to really think outside of the box.

Christina Gasaway's curator insight, April 13, 2014 10:46 PM

Having students create their own posters allows students to process their learning and take ownership for their work through creative expression and minimal restrictions.

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RubiStar- Rubric Creator

RubiStar is a tool to help the teacher who wants to use rubrics, but does not have the time to develop them from scratch.
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This online tool will be helpful when creating a rubric for the classroom.

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