Data Notebook for evidence.
Recently, many teacher evaluation methods (i.e. Danielson)
require students to be involved in record keeping activities. “I Can Help Keep Records” was designed to provide younger children with a colorful, easy way to participate in maintaining their own Data Notebooks, and correlates with the C.C.S.S. for Kindergarten Math. Even if not required by your district, it is a terrific way for children to take ownership of their learning and have a visual representation of their progress. In addition to sections for each math domain, there are pages for non-instructional records such as returning permission slips and homework. A third component encourages self assessment of understanding and contains a Marzano type scale poster (color and black and white) with small printable forms which students can use to rate their understanding of any lesson or assignment.
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