Both PDF & Google Classroom versions are included. Please view the video preview to see the slides included with the Google resource (not all PDF pages were turned into slides).
Data notebooks are a great tool to help students take responsibility throughout the school year. In my classroom, we set up our notebooks at the beginning of the year and check-in weekly throughout the year. These notebooks also make a great addition to student-led conferences.
Read more about how I use this product in my classroom on my blog, here: How to Use Data Notebooks to Boost Classroom Culture
This product is the 4th version to my first data notebook posted ***HERE. The only difference between the notebooks is the theme.
Other Themed Data Notebooks Include:
Included in this file:
-Table of Contents
-Covers (color and black/white)
-Student Reflection Sheets
-Goal Setting Sheet
-Mission & Vision
This is a recording sheet for students to use after the class has created their mission and vision whole group.
-Class Rules Templates
-Quality Student Traits
-Quality Teacher Traits
-Writing Portfolio Covers
In my classroom, I use these at the end of the year. Throughout the year, I save one writing a month and in June, I bind all the pages with a cover and a back sheet. The kids who didn’t buy yearbooks use the blank back sheet as an autograph page for their friends on the last day of school.
(This page is generic so students can use it to track any kind of data. Some of the things my students have graphed in the past include: unit tests for all subjects, weekly spelling test scores, reading fluency, timed multiplication tests, morning work % correct, monthly/weekly behavior (with percentages based on the # of days out of the month/week they earned their behavior sticker)
These sheets were created for students to illustrate how they use their multiple intelligences (Howard Gardner) in school every day.
My students will add other pages throughout the year as well; such as weekly behavior logs or test score sheets.
There is so much that can be done with a data notebook in elementary classrooms. I found that the more I find ways to incorporate student data-tracking, the more students become aware of their progress and determined to succeed!
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