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Levels of understanding

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Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade: Student Reflections, helping students think about their learning

Most teachers agree that having students reflect upon their learning is important. But how do you incorporate this valuable reflection time into an already busy day. I've gathered a few ideas of how you can give your students time for meaningful self-reflections and not take up too much of your instruction time. Hand Signals I've found hand signals the quickest and easiest way to give student time for a quick reflect on their learning. 4 fingers mean . . . I know everything that was taught…

Math Exit Slips and Levels of Understanding Posters

Do you want your students to self-assess their learning? Do your students need a quick system for evaluating their knowledge? Do you want students to be able to tell you what they know more easily? CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD Math Exit Slips are designed to organize student work and assess student knowledge from Math lessons. This resource has 4 different ways to use Math Exit Slips. Levels of Understanding Posters are also included to review with students how to reflect upon their own learning…


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Levels of Student Understanding Mastery Scale: beginning, developing, approaching, mastery

If you are living in a constant battle between tracking data and planning instruction...you know you’re not alone. Like most teachers, you are probably looking for ways to minimize the time you spend grading, and recording data so you can maximize your time planning and prepping. You’re in the right place.

Simple classroom poster showing a #1-4 Learning Scale for student self assessment after any lesson.  Based on Marzano's Levels of Understanding.  $

Give your students this easy reference poster to build their metacognition skills {thinking about their thinking}. The Marzano #1-4 learning scale can be used in class after a lesson for student self assessment. At the end of any lesson, simply have your students put one finger up if they didn't understand, two fingers up if they need more practice, three fingers up if they understand the skill/concept, and four fingers up if they have mastered the skill and show a classmate how to do it…

Tips for Efficient Reporting- Standards Based Grading

Please know that I have an entire series of blog posts devoted to standards based grading. The post below reflects my opinions and knowledge at the time this post was written. Scroll to the bottom of the post to get updated information in my blog series on standards based grading. Last week was conferences and...

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In this training and mentoring course, instructors will learn how to create an inclusive environment where learners are engaged and met where they are in terms of their level of understanding. Both students who come in loving STEM classes and those who are struggling get the support they need, thus developing an understanding that is deep and meaningful. #flippedclass #STEM #flippedlearning #distancelearning