The teacher will be able to record and monitor student progress with digital files or hard copies.
Here are quick and easy editable PowerPoints teachers can use to type in their student names alphabetically. You can type the learning target or standard you want to track in the header or leave them blank and quickly handwrite them in when needed.
There are six editable Powerpoints for the letter size and six editable PowerPoints for the legal size. One for math, one for reading, one for science, one for social studies, one for word study and one for writing. All of these can be edited and the subject changed if you prefer.
Each Powerpoint will have three different versions to work with. One slide for handwriting in with typed names, a second one is a complete digital version that can typed in and a third one that is blank where you can add your own text boxes. Lots of choices!
I just use one where I take out the subject and just use Learning Target as the header. This way I can use one for all subjects and just plug in student names once. I handwrite in the learning target or whatever I am assessing.
You can print up a few of these and grab one when needed to assess your students on any subject. Put them on a clipboard and you are ready to go!
With these observational note grids you can see your whole class at a glance!
I used the Comic Sans MS font in these grids but you can change the font and size to add your own flare.
I personally have used these grids for a few years and I prefer to print up a few of them and quickly write in the learning target I am covering with my students. I can grab them and go.
Use these for informal assessments, grouping, planning, data for report cards and evidence for evaluations.
Here are my other forms you might like to use in your classroom:
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