If you are too busy to create new templates for students to use for self-tracking, this is the site for you! The site contains templates for conferencing forms, running records, student mission statements, reading logs, goal sheets, and more.
Data binders are comprehensive tools that allow students to track their own learning. These binders may contain individual learning goals, action plans, charts and graphs of progress, and sample formative assessments. They are an excellent addition to parent-teacher conferences.
Montgomery County Schools are very focused on the assessment of student learning, and they expect their students to take ownership of it. On this site, you will learn about ten tools that teachers in Montgomery County use to help their students learn and evaluate their own learning.
Tracking their progress toward learning goals helps students take ownership of their learning. In this video tutorial, you will learn different strategies for helping students track their progress, including learning logs, portfolios, consensograms, and data binders.
This Teaching Channel video shows student self-assessment in action. Using a red-yellow-green card system attached to criteria, students are able to assess their own writing pieces and the teacher can see "at a glance" which students need help.
Assessment should not just be a teacher activity - students should learn to self-assess their work as well. In this video tutorial, you will learn about the importance of student self-assessment and strategies for teaching students to self-assess.