Track whole class progress across a specific content! This resource shows 25 boxes (one for each student) and there is space for you to write how they performed regarding one set of criteria. For example, assess how they were caring or a good communicator. Or, assess how they work toward a standard or skill.
This a great formative assessment tool.
In addition to teachers and teacher assistants taking anecdotal notes, try having your confident and knowledgeable students give it a go. I observed a teacher using this resource in a Pre-K class by having a student leader at a center. The student leader made a check next to names of students who visited the center.
I would suggest aligning the top area of the anecdotal record sheet with your school's report criteria. Assign a standard or skill to each sheet.
Like this resource? Make sure to check out my other anecdotal record sheet resources:
* Anecdotal Record Sheets for Small Groups or Whole class (Unit) - Track student progress across a unit! This resource is made for a whole class data on one A3 paper or can use small groups (4 - 9 students per page) -- Practical Use: I used this resource in my KG2 and First grade class to track progress through Kath Murdoch inquiry cycle. I have also used it to keep track of when a student demonstrated a learner profile or attitude.
Try putting one small group record sheet at each class center to easily track your observations!
Student leaders in your class can also be in charge of a sheet and track who has come to a center or who completed a task!
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