A Quick Share

I finally had the time to sit down and create the quick form that I have been looking for from other people.  I know some people embed their SBG scale right underneath each problem on their assessments but because my standards are mixed up in a lot that we do, I felt like I needed a separate sheet to communicate to students their progress towards mastery of a standard.  I use the scale that Chris Robinson uses in his class (Red, Yellow, Green) however my levels mean something different.  It is also something similar to Kelly O’Shea’s idea. (Mastery, Developing Mastery, No Mastery, No Data).

0 (which is not on the color scale)= has basically left the entire assessment blank and didn’t even try. No Data

Red= no progress towards mastery. No mastery shown.

Yellow=shown progress towards mastery (approaching mastery of this standard, but you need more practice to really meet mastery) Developing mastery

Green=mastery of this standard (you may be asked to show mastery at any time in the year) Mastery Shown.

Depending on the standards being assessed I will change the size of the list.  I will attach this on the front of their assessments after I give them feedback and they will use this to fill in their standards tracking sheet (kept in their notebooks).

I am not sure how this will work but tomorrow is the first go at it and I will be back to update you on the status of the functionality of this sheet.  Feel free to use this sheet or share other ideas/forms or to change this one and share your better idea with us.

Student Tracking Sheet for SBG Learning Targets

Here is the checklist I created for students to keep track of their learning targets:

Learning target checklist

While I created it in Pages, the idea was stolen from Dan Meyer and others.  The circles are for “stop-lighting” their progress on the learning targets.

  • Bottom Circle — Red — Need major work to show proficiency
  • Middle Circle — Yellow — Need minor work to show proficiency
  • Greed Circle — Green — You got it!
  • Square — Stamp or sticker — This is to track mastery after they have repeatedly showed proficiency on the learning target

Of course, on the learning target quiz, I assign a color and give feedback for each learning target.  I would love to know what you think about this approach.