A four-square review is a quick way to assess what students have learned or are learning in the classroom. This product is great to use before, during, or after teaching a skill or set of skills.
The information gathered from a four-square review can be used to drive instruction. This tool allows educators to see where students are with their learning. Below is a list of ways to use a four-square review to guide classroom instruction:
~ To better identify the level of learning of all students for the particular standard
~ To group students for math workshop
~ To re-adjust next days plans
~ To allow students who have already mastered the standard to practice more rigorous activities of the same standard
~ To provide a consistent assessment throughout the school year