The Self-Analysis Sheet
This product was developed several years ago in my teaching practice because of the inconclusive, unusable nature of a machine-scored test answer sheet. Students and parents would see what percentage of the answers was correct, but they did not have information about which skills the students actually mastered.
The Self-Analysis Sheet is a feedback device for teachers that will make the results of machine-scored tests more meaningful to both the students and their parents. It allows students to analyze their mastery of the skills that were tested, plus it can provide useful data for the teacher in determining which skills were mastered by the group and which ones require re-teaching. Additionally, it can help teachers to identify precisely which students need additional assistance at a glance.
This product can be used in any subject area (See the English Self-Analysis Sheet and the Science Self-Analysis Sheet). Teachers from all disciplines can use it with any of their high-stakes testing—from exams to benchmark assessments if they are machine-scored. Also, the students do the data analysis making this a time-saver for teachers that provides students with immediate, personal feedback.
Get started creating your own self-analysis sheet by following these directions.