My state has developed a new way of assessing teachers/students--SLO's. This is part of our teacher evaluation as well. We have to show how our students are making growth. My district chose to use a vendor program--in which case, ours is Star. We are using the Star Early Literacy component to measure student success. Though there may be some validity to it, it can also come up faulty with wrong clicks, quick clicking, etc. so I wanted to make sure I had something quick to pull and reference from that matches Common Core as well. We are always collecting data from our students in some regards (we also use Fundations), but I wanted to "cutesy up" what I was already using.
I thought maybe some of you could use this quick checks in your student data binder/folder as well.
First up, a Reading Level Data page.
I had originally made one and shared on FB, but due to everyone having different goals for end of the year, and a different way to measure the levels, I removed the goal and the levels.
Then I was asked if I could remove the months that I used as testing dates,
so I created a blank one as well.
You can grab an editable file by clicking on any of the images above. It will come up as a PowerPoint presentation. All you need to do is add a text box to where you would like to add your goal, levels, months, etc.
I've also wanted to work with my students on being accountable for their sight words. They love the sticker books, but because each pack of Super Readers I created only focuses on 25 words at a time, I wanted something more visual for them. There are 100 words on the sheet below. The words are a combination of Fry and Dolch and come from all 4 packs of my Super Reader sets in my TpT store.
|Click HERE to grab a copy.|
Finally, another skill I'm wanting to continue to improve with my class are numbers--reading, recognizing, writing, counting. I have several who are still having a hard time with the teens. Here is my data sheet for numbers. I will continue checking on students starting with zero each time. I wanted to make sure that previously learned numbers haven't been forgotten as we continue to learn other numbers on our trek to 120.
|Click HERE to grab a copy.|
I hope you can use one of these data pages in your classroom! :)
Now I'm always late to the game on being seasonal and timely. I wish I could be better about that, but I'm just not---I could make a thousand excuses for why I'm delayed: mom, wife, baker on the side, I facilitate our TBTs (both 1st and then K/1) in which I need to plan and schedule topic discussions, etc----but the fact is--I enjoy the TV and my favorite fall shows have returned! ;) Speaking of which--it is almost time for Two Broke Girls!
HOWEVER, here is a cover preview for what I hope to have finished (before Christmas!)--if not there are TONS of great products on TpT to help me out with center time! :)