Self Evaluation Strategies
  • Learning Logs -
  • Admit/Exit Slips -
    • General Question Types
      Admit Slips
      1. Write one (or more) things that you already know about . (Useful to begin a unit or lesson)
      2. Write one question that you still have about the activity that we did yesterday.
      3. Write an explanation of the process you used to solve one problem you did for homework last night.
      Exit Slips
      1. One thing I learned today is....
      2. One thing I am not sure about today's lesson is....
      3. I can use this knowledge or process again when I..

The Muddiest Point - The Muddiest Point is a teaching assessment technique tool that requires little preparation time for the instructor and only a few minutes of time for the students. The muddiest point is used to assess what students are having trouble understanding during a class. It provides the instructor with feedback on items that are confusing and it can be used at different intervals.

One Minute Paper -

One Sentence Summary -

Textbook Activity Guide -

Fry Readability Graph-

Lexile Measures -

Cloze Procedure - A strategy to help determine if the reading level is suitable or not. Also can be used as a test of comprehension of the text being studied.

Learning Styles -

Rubrics - A rubric is an assessment tool used to measure students' work. It is a scoring guide that seeks to evaluate a student's performance based on the sum of a full range of criteria rather than a single numerical score. A rubric is a working guide for students and teachers, usually handed out before the assignment begins in order to get students to think about the criteria on which their work will be judged.

Checklist for Performance Assessment -

3-2-1 - This summarization strategy is an effective way to end a class session. Students are asked to complete the 3-2-1 prompts on their own paper or on a form created by the teacher.

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