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Use this NO PREP student survey when forming groups for a class project. Students can identify and communicate their personal strengths and weaknesses when working in a group. Teachers can use this product to give students a voice and a way to communicate when the teacher is designing groups.
This is a great document for student reflection and can be used as a formative or summative assessment.
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Not Grade Specific
Have students rate their team members effort during group work!
Use this brief survey to allow students to quickly evaluate their engagement after completing a task that requires working with a partner or in a cooperative learning group.
This survey can be used anonymously at the end of a group assignment in order to determine how well students worked together and how much they contributed to the final product.
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Not Grade Specific
This form helps with the troubles of group work, after group work is finished students can fill out this survey to give you a better idea of the age old question, "who did what?"
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5th - 12th
This resource is a companion to the wonderful book, The Color Monster, by Anna Llenas. Please purchase this book separately. It is a must-have for all educators!It is important to talk to kids about emotions. By doing this, it will help them have a better idea of why they feel the way they do. Stude
This survey project is perfect to display on students' tables at Open House, or other school events! Student can work individually, in pairs, or small groups to survey their classmates and use this data to create charts and graphs. Multiple options of the same project are included. For each surve
This simple but effective survey asks students to self-reflect on their current skills, interests, and preferences. Their self-reflection data is then used to identify which of the 16 career clusters they align with best. Finally, students have the option of exploring their cluster(s) further thro
Promote Meaningful Collaboration During STEM Challenges with STEM Group Roles!Having clearly defined group roles promotes meaningful collaborative learning for all group members and provides students with opportunities to develop communication skills as they learn to work as a team.Includes:Teacher
The perfect back to school activity in both hardcopy and on Google Drive! Get your class up and moving around the room with this survey walk or dragging and dropping online! Using stickers to share their opinions, students answer for themselves at each station. Learn about your new students quickly
The attendance hero league features fun pets with superpowers to help them have good attendance. This fun and comprehensive small group curriculum can be used with or without the Attendance H.E.R.O. School Wide KitParent Tip sheets for each sessionData Graphing SheetsPermission SlipParent Survey/Po
Grades:
1st - 3rd
Get to know your drama class students! Perfect for back to school time! *One* page questionnaire asks about students' training, experience, interests and more. This will help the teacher learn which students are novices and which students have some experience up their sleeve in the world of acting,
Do you need a fun first day of school activity for your music class?? Print out this survey and you are ready to go! Students can work independently or in groups. You can even make a game out of it. This is a great way to get to know your students at the beginning of the year and build a great rappo
Power-Up your classroom with BYTES Power Smarts®! Introduce your students to Multiple Intelligences (Power Smarts®), and use our easy Student Strengths Survey to help them identify their strengths (Power Smarts®). Students will then use our brain icons to showcase their top strengths on a Class Po
Survey and Graph is a center or whole group activity designed to help students understand how graphs work., the elements of graphs, and what information you can learn from a graph. They can build tally charts, bar graphs, and pictographs and answer questions about what they learn. Set Up:-Print the
Music History Project – Class Timeline – Survey of All Periods This music history project (with rubric included) combines research that answers specific questions with students’ creative spark! In this assignment, students choose a period in Western music history, research to find answers to specif
This is a Math Interest Survey that the students can take at the beginning of a class. The students mark their feelings about 25 statements. Students reflect on their skils, their feelings toward math, their parents ability to help them, how they feel about group-work, whether or not they think math
-Parent form to fill out about their child. *SPECIAL NOTE! My parent questionnaire has some questions related to autism, as that is the group I work with. However, I think they are important questions to ask ANY parent! :)
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Not Grade Specific
Hi from My Coastal Classroom! :) At the start of the year, it's always good to make strong parent contact. Get the most important details from your families (and students) using these forms. In asking kids questions like "Do you make friends easily?" and "Are you okay working with others in group
If you're that meticulous and over-zealous English teacher who wants to get to know his or her students' interests and abilities from Day 1, this fun and extensive student survey is a must for you! It will inspire your students to think creatively as well as lead them to self-reflect about their own
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This story problem letter from math class is a perfect choice when using my Close Reading in Math for any Story Problem organizers.Add a little fun and humor to your math class! CeeCee Math is a student who struggles with the new math standards, especially the eight practices which require discussio
*This resource was updated 6/30/20 to be re-sized for 8.5" x 11" printing plus fixing some overlapping text issues. Thanks!Course Description"Learning to Lead like Jesus" is a course designed for ages 12 and up. The focus is Servant Leadership, which is the approach to leadership that is modeled for
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is an end-of-unit project with Confidence Intervals for a Statistics class. Students will work together to create a survey, gather real-world data, create a spreadsheet, perform a confidence interval analysis to estimate the population mean μ, and create a Powerpoint presentation to present to
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
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