Encourage your students to self-assess their level of effort on an assignment with these sundae style posters! The initial page poses the question "What ingredients are in your sundae?" Five stages of a sundae represent five levels of effort with which students can identify.
Dish + Spoon = I got
Looking for a way to motivate students to do their best work? Try this Effort Rubric to encourage students to fully complete their work. I've used a "Pizza Analogy" in my classroom for years to help my students understand the difference between Meeting Expectations (basic cheese pizza) and Exceedi
A cherry on top! That's the perfect sundae-and the perfect example of classwork! We can all identify with food-so here's the perfect way to show your kids what you expect and how to earn the best score possible!Includes:>levels 1-4 posters>Smaller personal chart to add to desks or homework fol
Marzano Effort & Achievement Rubric -all content areas
Students and teacher can use Marzano's effective instructional strategies to score effort and achievement.
Great for group work, individual work, and building independent students!
Put in the front of interactive notebooks to always be
Help your students reflect on their own effort and make the abstract concept of "effort" more visible to them. This product features 3 different theme options to create a beautiful effort bulletin board display.
Tropical Watercolor Theme
Teal & Purple Watercolor Theme
Black and White Theme
This effort rubric is perfect to display and use in your classroom. Based on a 4-point system, students can easily decide where they fall, or plan to score in the rubric. Excellent for student self assessment!
Effort Rubric is perfect to display and use in your classroom.
Based on a 4-point system, students can easily decide where they fall, or plan to score in the rubric.
Excellent for student self assessment!
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These posters will offer students a way to check their effort and decide how hard they are working at achievement. I have used a variety of detailed criteria to allow students to see how they can grow their level as well.
I am using these to grow their mindset and help to create awareness amongst
Get the kiddos involved in self-assessing and evaluating their own work with a rubric.
This emoji themed one is sure to capture their attention!
4 posters, each a different level with standard expectations included (not shown in thumbnails, but are on the cover)
a personal rubric to keep
This packet includes classroom posters, a data binder page, bookmark style clip charts and tags for rating work on individual activities. By hanging the posters in a central area of your classroom you provide common language and expectations for work and effort. The data binder page gives the same
This is a visual effort rubric using a 4 point scale. It can be used with any subject as a way for students to assess their effort by measuring how students meet expectations. Product includes 4 letter-sized posters (i.e. bulletin board, walls) and small visual (i.e. pocket, taped on desk).
This delightful set of posters and rubric uses the analogy of baking cupcakes to help your students recognize the effort that they are putting into their work!Included in this product;*An introduction poster; ‘How well did I go with my task?’*Five ‘Effort’ posters;1. Cupcake pan - I made a start on
In my classroom Participation, Effort, and Preparation will take you just as far as any test, project, or quiz!
I created this Rubric so I can meet with students each month and TOGETHER we can rate their "PEP" in class. Each category gets a rating of Never/Rarely/Sometimes/Often/Always and a poi
I have put together all of my effort rubrics for the state test. Included are the rubrics for math, reading, science, and social studies. Adjust the rewards and points earned to meet the needs of your classroom. Enjoy!
This is a visual effort rubric using a 4 point scale. It can be used with any subject as a way for students to assess their effort by measuring how students meet expectations. Product includes 4 11x8.5 sized posters (i.e. bulletin board, walls, etc)., medium sized visual (i.e. to keep in desk), and
Colorful effort rubric signs for use in the elementary music classroom, with fun music-related graphics. Each sign uses a different color scheme, so it would fit in well with rainbow- or multi-colored classroom decor. This is a 4-point Marzano-type scale with the following levels:
4 - Super Star! (
Encourage your students to self-assess their level of effort on assignments with these coffee/farmhouse style posters! The initial page poses the question "What's your effort level?" Each coffee cups facial expressions gets happier as the students go up on the effort rubric. It's good to have a hap
This is the ULTIMATE Effort Rubric & Grading Scale for student reflection, ownership and accountability! Use for DATA tracking and progress (on TEACHER EVALUATION/RUBRIC)! Colored to align with RTI/MTSS Tiers. HERE IS WHAT'S INCLUDED!-Cover Page -Rubric Scale-Aligned with Tiers for RTI/MTSS
Looking for a way to easily and quickly get students to self-assess their progress from a daily lesson? This google form allows students to choose on a scale of 1-4 their effort and their achievement in meeting their learning targets. Students will rate their achievement score one their level of u
Student Self Assessment Rubric TrackerContains "Growth Mindset Effective Effort Rubric".Help students be accountable for their actions and work.Support students self assessment using rubric after every assignment.(makes grading effective and efficient).Digital, perfectly integrated and editable with
Created this to support independent work initiation and completion, as well as following classroom expectations. The rubric of understanding can be used to provide further structure to a typically less structured situation. It allows a visual to better support independence, strengthen understanding
This product was designed for use in small groups, either as an exit ticket completed by the child, or as a rubric completed by an adult, to assess and demonstrate a student's participation in the group.It is also part of my growing rubric bundle.