Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas give you a ready to adapt for implement as-is project.
Elementary assessment plans for different subject areas give you a complete project, ready to adapt for your classroom or implement as-is.
Students read biographies and create a magazine with biographies of nursing home residents.
Elementary students read biographies and learn about what makes a good biography. They interview local nursing home residents and create a magazine with their stories. To celebrate, they share their magazines with the people they interviewed.
Primary students learn about dangerous animals and dental hygiene by studying a book about a fox and a mouse dentist.
Students read a book about a tiger who goes to a mouse dentist. They describe dangerous animals and learn about the importance of going to the dentist. They present their options about whether the mouse was justified in refusing to treat the tiger.
Students research fractions on the job and share presentations that demonstrate the importance of knowing fractions.
Students take on the roles of professionals who use fractions on the job. After researching, they create and share presentations that demonstrate the importance of knowing fractions in their chosen professions.
Students become weather forecasters conduct research and investigations about weather phenomena around the globe.
Students become weather forecasters to report on weather conditions around the globe after conducting research and scientific investigations about weather phenomena.
Students research ”Great Thinkers” and become the thinkers, sharing their lives and accomplishments with the class.
Students research the ”Great Thinkers” of the world; people who have made a positive impact throughout time. Each student researches one Great Thinker and then becomes this person, sharing the thinker’s life and accomplishments with the class
Students research medieval times, role-play medieval characters, build a castle, and prepare a feast fit for a king.
Students research a medieval persona such as a king or a squire to role-play. Students explore all aspects of lives during that time as they research and build a dream castle and prepare a feast fit for a king.
Research suggests that students benefit from continuous and ongoing assessment. Read about these benefits.
Research suggests that students experience significant learning benefits when they are in classrooms where assessment is continuous and ongoing. Read about the benefits of formative assessment.
Determining how students are using higher-order thinking can be a challenge. Learn methods for assessing thinking.
Determining how and when students are using higher-order thinking such as critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, and metacognition, can be a challenge. Learn about ways of assessing thinking.