I use these posters to teach my students to take ownership of their learning and to track their personal performance on quizzes, exams, and benchmarks to empower them with guidance on their areas of weakness. In the interest of full disclosure, I teach high school juniors.
I encourage you to print these on a poster printer. If that is not available, pull up the document on an E-board (or print on to transparencies if your equipment is old school!) and trace it on butcher paper.
This set of Word documents includes a page for up to seven class periods, up to 30 students each. There are columns for Pre-Assessment scores, a first and second Benchmark, and a goal. For courses that use an End of Course Assessment, all students set a personal goal above 70.
Instead of writing names and violating trust, I assign each student a number and that's how they identify the row with their scores. If you laminate these, you can use a transparency marker, whiteboard marker, washi tape, or narrow duck tape to record scores. Sticky notes tend to fall off.