Assessment Tracking I
have completed my addition to my Grade 2 assessment/tracking grids, and have
posted them in my tpt store. This
package includes all subjects from the Ontario, Canada, Curriculum (except French). There are 2 formats included. The first method of tracking is for each
student to have his/her own data pages.
These are handy for parent conferences, SRT meetings, and doing report
cards. The second method is on ledger
paper and has 10 students per page. This
is handy for a doing quick assessments and see a quick visual of how students
are doing overall and compared to one another.
This is good feedback for yourself (ie. If everyone is underachieving,
how can I change my teaching method; If everyone is doing exceptional [pat self
on back], how can I challenge them more; if a couple of students are much lower
than the others, how can I support their learning). Here are some sample pages: You can buy the whole package HERE.
New Super Improver Team poster. It starts out with the name cards and levels facing the wall, so you can do a big dramatic presentation of it later in the first week. I brightened it up this year, using Astro-brite paper, lots of different fonts on the levels, and 'KG Defying Gravity' font for the title bar. Wal Mart wrapping paper.
5 Class Rules are facing backwards, to make more of an impact as the students learn them.
Reading corner, equipped with comfy van seats and bead curtain.
My Back to School theme was 'Happy New Year'. The decorations were from a New Year's Eve party my daughter had. She was happy the '2016' paraphernalia could be used again. All from Party City. All the children received a string of beads and a horn blower (from the Dollar Store). As I met them outside, we went and gathered in the picnic shelter, so the 'honking' was not in the school. :) It was a great way for them to expel some nervous energy right from the get go.
My desk area. Note the beautiful lunch bag, from 31, a parent gave me at the end of last year. And, my New Year headband. :)