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TONS - I mean TONS of rubrics for everything imaginable from Kathy Schrock. Great resource.

Assessment and Rubrics Assessment of student mastery of content takes many forms. This pages includes support materials for assessments that work with the Common Core State Standards and rubrics for many different assessment products

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Events in Instruction- Event #7

The 27 Ways Teachers Can Give and Receive Feedback Infographic refers to Gagne’s event of instruction and presents ways that help teachers provide informative feedback to their students as well as receive feedback upon their teaching practices.

Click on the picture for free download from TpT.I've been thinking a lot about formative assessments lately.  Formative assessments are all about gathering information from your students - during inst

Metacognition: Helping Students Assess Their Own Learning (Light Bulbs and Laughter)

Self-assessment for the students. There are posters, rubric, cards for student use, and notebook page. The teacher can evaluate based on their self-assessments.

Minds in Bloom: free goals worksheet

FREE Setting goals printable has kids set three goals: academic, behavioral/social, and personal - great for after winter break

Writing or reading Notebook Rubric! We can use this format for anything we grade! @Tracy Rye

My old teaching pal - Beth Albery Newingham: Writer's Notebook Teacher Assessment Rubric; lots of other writing resources here too.

14 Rubrics to help you with that huge pile of grading! PLUS there are 4 Self-Evaluations for students to fill out about themselves. Save yourself some time... $ #rubrics #grading #TpT #teacherspayteachers

Rubrics for All Occasions: Common Core Aligned

14 Rubrics to help you with that huge pile of grading! Plus there are 4 Self-Evaluations for students to fill out about themselves. Save yourself some time and money!

Setting up and printing mini Post-it rubrics

*(If putting post-it notes through a printer is possible, CLICK IT for instructions!) Lesson Deli: Mini Post-it Rubrics

Why-Teachers-Should-Use-Rubrics-Infographic

27 benefits to using rubrics. Well, rubrics can be helpful, but they are no magic potion for success. This infographic is definitely on the side of rubrics.worth taking this with a grain of salt.

What-Type-Of-Learner-Are-You I'm a visual learner. Show me something once, maybe twice, and I've pretty much got it!

Good instructional design involves an analysis of the learner. We should ask, "Does this instructional design match my students' learning styles"? Use this infographic to reflect on various learning styles.

The importance of games in learning

Why are games good for learning? Ever wondered what all the fuss is about around serious games? Take a look at this infographic for an overview of why games are good for learning.

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