Strategies for Using Rubrics & Student Self-Assessment

  • Class assignment–3 problems to complete, records answers on answer sheet, then look in envelope for answers to check their work, giving themselves the grade for the assignment
  • Drill individuals to element (row) to flight (team), assess “knockout” drill each level
  • Rubric for writing, individual to student goals
  • Peer grading for FRQ
  • Think, pair, share
  • Self-reflection for FRQ, rubric, & assess own errors
  • Students create Kahoot questions
  • Mini-group, whole group with student generated questions
  • White board
  • Self-check examples
  • Group leader with checklist who knows the answers because they are experienced in the shop
  • Skeletal outline of required pieces (criteria) with point value for each piece
  • Self-assess using five senses: pizza dough “stinks”
  • Open discussion as they produce
  • AP rubrics–score own FRQ and peers’ FRQ
  • Use Nearpod to have students check each others’ answers
  • Envelope–groups
  • Pattern puzzles: words/definitions, student friendly rubrics (peer edit, suggestions for comments), feedback
  • Student created rubrics (develop expectations for lit circles, evaluate themselves)
  • Stop lights (possibly generic)
  • Leveled measurement
  • Pre-tests
  • Check for prior knowledge
  • Student generated vocabulary crossword
  • KWL
  • Take a Stand — 4 corners
  • Peer correction
  • Kids determine where points come from
  • Look at scenarios & classify
  • Checklist of skills–students evalaute others
  • Clear objectives
  • Turn-it-in rubric/revision/paper
  • Rubistar
  • Reflection sheets
  • Show examples and non-examples
  • Must see rubric before assgnment and the value
  • Rewrite the rubric, summarize
  • Focus incrementally–in chunks

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