★★★I MET MY GOAL - A SELF-CHECKING ACTIVITY
This activity includes 16 practice problems
. Students could work by themselves (self-assessment), with partners, or with groups. This activity helps students to check their understanding of:
How to change the standard form of a given quadratic equation into the vertex form.
Each student would set a GOAL
for him/herself and check to see if they met the GOAL
at the end of the practice by coloring in a thermometer
with their score.
The answers are listed and are associated with a QR Code. Students would need a QR reader to scan the QR code and see if they managed to match the question with the correct answer.
My students have been falling in love with this kind of activity. They appreciate the immediate feedback. I notice that my students have specific questions with this activity is uses instead of taking notes.
This is a great way to review before a quiz or a test. This activity could even be assigned when you're out. It is self monitoring. It is a good practice over a this particular concept.
Research has shown that using self-assessment with students can positively effect self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation levels in students (Rolheiser and Ross).
This activity includes a quiz
over this concept in addition to the answer key. Please check out the attached preview
for the type of questions assessed in this activity.
This activity is great for classwork, homework, extra credit, subs, ... etc.
This activity may be used without the QR code as well
For more GOAL activities check out: GOAL - Self Assessment Activities
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