NEW for 2016!
This is a comprehensive assessment that covers ALL of the Common Core objectives for 6th grade math. You will not find a better test to give your 6th grade math students. I have been constantly reworking and tweaking this assessment for the past several years and have piloted it with hundreds of actual sixth grade students. The result of this work is an assessment that is unmatched in quality, accuracy and ability to provide feedback.
It can even be used for advanced 5th grade students or struggling 7th grade students. The versatility of this test is in it's accuracy in identifying specific areas of strength and weakness for each topic covered in 6th grade. Download this great year-long resource today! It will help you focus your instruction and help your students understand what they still need to learn.
This 30 question test is 100% multiple choice yet requires work be shown as evidence of comprehension. Space is provided next to each question to show work and the Common Core strand it's assessing is clearly identified above the questions.
Note: Student learning objectives (SLOs) are emerging as one measure to assess teachers' contributions to student growth in educator evaluation systems. An SLO edition of this assessment is available for purchase in my store for a few more dollars. The SLO edition involves using this assessment 3 times throughout the year to demonstrate learning and growth. I personally use this assessment and include it in the SLO component of my teacher evaluation. A specialized rubric was created for this edition to track and monitor progress. Check out this new version by using the link below.
New 2016 Features:
Multiple versions of the answer key for faster grading! Arranged by page number or numerically, multiple-choice answers are displayed for quick reference grading. Additionally an answer key with all of the required work is included as well. See the preview document for details.
Completely redesigned rubric grading system to minimize grading time and maximize feedback. Grading can be done without writing a single word, letter or number! Simply circle portions of the rubric to reveal evidence of mastery for each common core topic. It’s intuitive to use for teachers and easy to understand for students, providing crystal clear feedback.