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Student Assessment Advice and Forms

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Student assessments 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
  • Assessment vs. Evaluation

    Learn the difference between assessment and evaluation in this article of teaching advice. You will also learn how you should use each method in the classroom. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when outlining their grading policies.

  • Categories of Evaluation

    Different methods of evaluation are needed to truly assess how much your students are learning. Learn here the different types of evaluation you can use in the classroom. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable.

  • Types of Assessment Accommodation

    A comprehensive listing of types of assessment accommodations.

  • Creating Meaningful Performance Assessments

    An overview of how to create meaningful performance assessments to measure student abilities and progress.

  • Portfolios

    This collection of articles and resource will help you build portfolios with your students. Portfolios are a great mode of assessment for your classroom.

  • Good Assessment Strategies

    The words "assessment" and "testing" are often enough to send goose bumps up the arms of many students and teachers. This printable includes a few assessment strategies that can help your students through the anxious moments and help them score higher in the process.

  • 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.

  • Top 10 Test-Taking Tips for Students

    These tips will help students to perform at their best levels during testing situations.

  • Using Multiple Intelligences in Testing & Assessment

    Information on using Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences (MI) in student assessments is found here. New teachers, who are just getting acquainted with MI will find this resource particularly valuable.

  • Running Records

    A running record is a way to assess a student's reading progress by systematically evaluating a student's oral reading and identifying error patterns. This template will help you track your students' oral reading accuracy.

Printable Forms
  • 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.

  • Bubble Answer Sheet

    Sheet of multiple-choice bubble answers ready to be filled in by your students. This is a great assessment tool.

  • Daily Point Chart

    Use a chart that will help you track any type of behavior management system they use on a daily basis.

  • Group Self-Evaluation

    Use a chart that will help you track any type of behavior management system they use on a daily basis.

  • Portfolio Assessment Chart

    Make use of this printable chart to assess your students portfolio projects.

  • Student Progress Report

    Make use of this printable chart to assess your students progression throughout the year.

  • Student Progress Self-Evaluation

    Have your students fill in this comment form to evaluate their own progress with class work. This is an excellent tool to encourage children to understand their own progress.

  • Teacher's Form for Group Evaluation

    Evaluate students' participation and productivity within a group activity. This printable provides an excellent place to inform students of how one person's work in the group can affect all members.

  • Team Evaluation Form

    Evaluate student progress within a team and by subject area with this customizable form. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Weekly Point Chart

    Four weeks' worth of point totals for tracking behavior management are in this chart.

  • Pre-Reading Rubric and Score Sheet

    Use this rubric and scoring sheet to grade students after completing the Asking Pre-Reading Questions lesson plan

  • Student Self-Assessment 1

    This assessment worksheet asks students to describe an assignment and what they learned.

  • Student Self-Assessment 2

    Have your students assess their progress while working independently with these questions and checklist.

  • Running Records Form

    Use this blank running record to assess individual students' reading skills and progress. Use with the lesson plan on Running Records. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

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