Want to make data-based decisions easier? Is your administrator asking you for data about your students' progress?
Want to differentiate based on specific needs for each student?
This tracking sheet was born out of a need to have a system whereby I could track my students’ writing progress. Rubrics did not give me enough details to be able to pinpoint specific areas that students needed more work on. Creating this sheet was a start. I wrote down the major problems I would find in student writing and then categorized them so that I could have real information in order to make informed decisions.
For your convenience, I've included a color-coded sheet, a black and white sheet for easy printing, and a blank sheet in which you can add your own criteria. Just print and fill in the criteria you need.
You can use this sheet in several ways. One way to do so is to use one sheet per assignment, and then compare students, classes, and criteria. The alternative is to use the same sheet every quarter/grading period. For every assignment, you can use tally marks to mark which criteria students still need to practice. The empty row at the top is for students’ names.
This tracking sheet could either be used to mark strengths or weaknesses, depending on your needs.
Chart your students' progress and gather information about which students need what kind of help.
For more comprehensive data tracking and analysis, check out the Student Data Analysis Application.