These editable math grading resources will save you time if you are trying to give your students useful, specific feedback. This will give you several ways to improve the quality of feedback you give to your students without having to spend too much time writing. This resource is editable, so you can customize all of the text to fit your classroom! A brief description of the seven types of resources is provided below. Most resources contain color and black/white posters, as well as smaller black/white versions that can be used as student handouts.
Resource 1 is Comments Codes. These are abbreviated ways to give students insights into their errors (for example, sign error, careless error, etc).
Resource 2 is a simple rubric with categories that address three main areas: student understanding of concept, precision of student work and organization of student work.
Resource 3 is a set of simple continuums that can be used on assessments or assignments to help give feedback on different aspects that you might consider when grading. There is a continuum for content understanding, and one for each of the eight mathematical practices. You can pick and choose which continuum to use based on the assignment. These are provided both in editable form and as pictures that can be cut and pasted into your own assessments.
Resource 4 is a way to reflect on types of errors. This poster differentiates between careless errors, computation errors and process errors. For each type of mistake, the poster shows an example and different ways to avoid or fix this type of error.
Resource 5 focuses on how students should respond to feedback, as well as common mistakes that students make when responding to feedback.
Resource 6 is a Test Analysis Form. This is meant for students to complete after an assessment.
Resource 7 is an editable checklist of things that I commonly find myself writing on student papers, ready to be inserted into any assignment.
All text has been left editable so you can customize this work for your classroom. The backgrounds and clip art have been secured, per copyright agreement with the artists.
This is provided as a PowerPoint so that it is editable. If you do not have PowerPoint but are still interested, email me firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you like this resource, you might also check out Math Presentation Listening and Discussion Norms
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