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This worksheet is given to students when they get a test or quiz back. Students can complete their test corrections on this worksheet. The benefit of this worksheet is that it prompts students to reflect on what they may have done to choose the wrong answer and also reflect on how they prepared for
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6th - 10th
This pdf includes an error analysis mistake sheet I made specifically for HS math, as well as 2 accompanying item analysis sheets for students to go problem by problem through their work identifying and correcting their errors. This would be appropriate for all levels of high school math and most li
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Tired of grading assessments all weekend and then having kids take one look at their grade and not actually digest your feedback? This tool solves that problem. I assign the quiz reflection to students for a homework assignment or a Do Now exercise. You can follow up this activity with a reflective
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6th - 12th
A few years ago I began attaching this post-test reflection sheet to all of my graded tests. I assigned them as homework for my students to fill out and then get signed by their parents. This was a game-changer. Not only did I begin to get more effort (and therefore more achievement) out of my stude
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4th - 12th, Higher Education
I use this sheet as a way for students to make up missed problems on tests. In my self-contained regular education 8th grade class, I find that if students have the opportunity to make up missed problems, they really learn a lot. I require my students to write the number of the problem they missed,
Assist students in developing a growth mindset by guiding them in reflecting on how their learning habits impacted their performance on a graded test that they are reviewing.As classroom teachers, we aim to develop a growth mindset in students, but doing so is challenging. One crucial way to do thi
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7th - 12th
FitnessGram Testing record for Pre-Test, 3 check-in dates, and Post-test. File also has a reflection section prompting students to reflect on their scores from the pre-test and the post-test.The Google Doc is 100% editable and adjustable best to meet you classroom needs. Follow my shop! If you like
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6th - 12th
When reviewing a summative assessment, students can input the answers they chose for an exam, compare them to the correct answers, and self-reflect on why they chose the answer they did and why it was not the best answer choice. Teachers can also easily see which learning standards students are stru
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1st - 12th
This document contains a Test/Quiz reflection that students fill out. I use it when my students get below a 70 on a test/quiz for me. The reflection sheet has then fill in things like, how did they study, how long did they study, etc. The correction sheet is a table set up for students to go thr
Template for students to reflect on their study; how they studied, what more they could have done, predict their grades and more!
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1st - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
I used this reflection worksheet with students I tutored in ACT and SAT. This sheet is a great tool to reflect upon questions missed and to plan improvement strategy. An invaluable tool! "Reflection is the fruit of wisdom!"
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The iReady test helps students identify their progress and growth on grade level standards. This reflection template is a fantastic tool for informing students of their scores and helping them reflect and set goals for their growth throughout the year.
A worksheet for students to complete after a significant exam to guide them with future learning
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1st - 12th, Higher Education
This is a worksheet formatted on Google Slides. This worksheet is a great resource for your students to reflect on their MAP scores.
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Not Grade Specific
A quick sheet for your students to use when fixing their tests and quizzes. School evaluation systems for teachers want to see how we are helping students reflect on what they have learned. This formative assessment engages the student and actively involves them in collecting information from their
This (Editable) Word document can be reused and updated time and time again to help bring student accountability and student reflection on ALL of their tests. All you have to do is change the TEKS (or Standards) to match your current unit and update where your questions go. You will see on the top o
Help students to understand and remediate issues arising out of summative assessment like tests and exams.Useful to keep and reissue before subsequent assessments as well as for parents' evenings.
In the fall, once you've received your students' test scores from last year, either hold student conferences individually or pass out students' scores so they can know how they performed, reflect on their learning, and set goals for the upcoming tests.
Great resource to help students understand the mistakes they made on the test. Provides a column for reflection in the form of a checkbox, as well as space to write the correct answer and to support the correct answer with evidence in order to document mastery of the concept. I find that using thi
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Not Grade Specific
I have my students fill this out after an exam or quiz so that i have a better idea why certain questions were missed and to get them thinking about why they missed the questions.
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Not Grade Specific
2017 Released STAAR Science Test- Student Reflection/Corrections SheetStudents will go through and answer why they got a question wrong on the 2017 Released Science STAAR.(Question #18 was taken out because of the streamlined TEKS)
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6th - 8th
Great way to slow students down and push their thinking on how they did on a quiz or test. Then create some next steps as to how they plan to improve.
*editable*Use this reflection sheet as a quick activity for students to record how they felt about taking the ELA test! There are portions for both multiple choice and writing!Great for a talking point and honest opinions from students after taking the state exam!
This is a one page document to give to students following a test, quiz, or review. Students record the numbers of the test questions that they got correct as well as those that they missed. They look for topics and concepts that they still need to work on, and think of an action plan to get there.

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