I print the two pages for each student and the student glues these page into their composition book on opposing pages. After each test, I use the individual student data for passing rate for each of the individual TEKS. I speak with each student individually. I write the date the test was given in each rectangle next to each of the just tested TEKS. The student colors lightly with a green colored pencil if he or she answered 70% of those questions correctly. The rectangle is lightly colored red if less than 70% correct. The student can see easily if they were truly successful on the TEKS. The teacher knows quickly which TEKS need to be retaught.
There are multiple columns for each of the TEKS to be tested. I write the date in the column that is closest to the left so that none of the blocks are skipped. Some of the TEKS are only tested once or twice so those will not be filled all the way across. Safety is tested on almost every test, so once I run out of columns we stop documenting that TEKS.
The students really understand what they need to focus on. We have a one to one dialogue about study skills after the student finishes coloring.
This data was really useful when having conferences with my evaluator.
I have shortened or reworded the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills to make them fit on one line.