Student tracking sheets for each standard
Proficiency Scales for teachers based on Marzano’s Scale
Assessment for each Proficiency Scale
Review the Proficiency Scale to know exactly what students need to know to meet the grade level standard and what they need to do to go beyond it. A 3 on the proficiency scale is Proficient, a 4 is Highly Proficient, a 2 is Partially Proficient, and 1 Not Proficient. After reviewing the scale, teach your lessons. At the conclusion of the unit, give students the assessment. Each assessment has Level 2, 3, and 4 questions. Score students accordingly. Students will track their score on the tracking sheet. They will date the top and color a square based on their level: 1-Red, 2-Yellow, 3-Green, 4-Blue. Student tracking sheets are written so they can identify exactly what they can do and what they are working toward. Use the Teacher Proficiency Scale to easily jot down student’s names in each section so you can easily create small groups for a reteach. Students should be given an opportunity to retake the test to fix mistakes after small group intervention. After a retake, have them date the top and color again. They should be moving up from red to blue. If a student is stuck on one color, more in depth interventions may be needed. My intention was to keep the student tracking sheets and assessments in a data binder for each student to use at conference time to show their parents what they are learning and where they are in their own personal learning path.