This file contains a very easy and straightforward way for you to collect student data on assessments.
Every student has a number (I just alphabetize mine and then number them accordingly). I print out the data collection sheets and cut out the individual strips. Each student receives a strip that correlates with their assigned class number. As we are going through test questions, students have a marker, crayon or colored pencil and they simply color the square of the question they missed. When you're done going through test questions, you simply collect the students colored in strips, put them back in order, you can glue them inside of a file folder, and you have an instant visual representation of the questions the students got wrong.
This will help you target what students still need extra help on and which topics they have mastered.
This document can be used for assessments up to 30 questions long. If you have more questions, give the students extra strips and if it has less questions, simply trim off the extra questions.