With an abundance of clever crafts, cute bulletin boards, and coordinated decor, Pinterest generates much that is adorable in classrooms. But the meatier stuff is out there, too–if you dig a little deeper. Below are 10 Pins to brainstorm better self-assessments for your students.
#1: Create a hard working turn-in system:
(also, a file folder version)
#2: Practice Visible Thinking Routines together:
#3: Evaluate Personal peer teaching level:
#4: Take exit tickets to a new level:
#5: Reflect on IB Learner Portfolios for End of Unit:
#6: Cultivate networking & smart peer tutoring:
#7: Structure Authentic Student Analysis of Reading Fluency:
#8: Lend words for reflecting on personal emotional well-being:
#9: Lay out guidelines for a Writing journal snapshot assessment:
#10: Design a Student led conference survey:
(after all, you know how we feel about student-led conferences…)
And WHATEVER you do, PLEASE don’t let your assessments ever resemble this:
What are your favorite self-assessments? How about your most outstanding Pinterest boards on teaching? We’d love to hear them!
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