I use these data collection forms in my classroom to track my students' progress. What I love about them is instead of me circling unknown or incorrect answers, the students are in charge of tracking their progress!
THE STUDENT holds the pencil. THE STUDENT circles what needs to be practiced. This allows the student to take more responsibility. Once they understand the process, they realize that their goal is to complete the assessment without any circles or fewer circles than their previous attempt. After we finish the assessment, we discuss how the student did and compare it to the progress from their previous attempt. They keep a copy in their personal data notebook and I make a copy to send home so parents know exactly how their child is progressing.
This file includes:
-modern manuscript student assessment
-traditional manuscript student assessment
-teacher data collection form
*Plus examples and tips to set your students up for success!
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