Assessment Advice & Forms
||Assessment can be a tricky task. Our collection of ideas and forms will make it easier for you to evaluate and grade your students' work, no matter their grade level. There are as many variations of assessment as there are students. Look below to find ideas on assessment strategies, modifications, and enhancing your existing methods. These assessment forms and techniques will work across the curriculum, so use them for math, science, reading, language arts, social studies, and your other subjects.
Advice for Teachers
- Rubrics Library for Teachers
Our extensive library of rubrics will help you assess your students' work in all subjects, from reading & language arts, to science, to social studies.
- State Departments of Education
A complete list of links to all of the individual U.S. departments of education, state standards, job opportunities, and more.
- Awards and Certificates
Use printable certificates and awards to recognize great effort, achievement, or progress by your students. Express gratitude, encourage good behavior, and reward a job well done with these resources.
- Student Progress Report
A ready-to-use form for assessment of students' class work, homework, and participation is a quick and easy way to keep students' evaluations organized. Send home this form every six weeks to keep parents informed of students' progress. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when preparing for parent-teacher conferences.
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