Infinitely Reusable Folders for Practice & Assessment
Lesson Objective: Streamline daily practice and assessment of individual progress
All Grades / All Subjects / Assessment

Thought starters

  1. How does use of the folders streamline practice and assessment?
  2. What elements of this procedure help to reinforce student ownership of learning and motivate students to keep learning?
  3. In what other areas might you use individual folders to assess student learning?
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I love it! Bby socks how ingenious
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Not only is this a fantastic way to quickly assess math facts, it also saves a lot of paper. I'm going to use this right away in my 4th grade classroom. I'll bet there are other curriculum areas where this can be used.
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I really like this idea. It keeps the levels private so the children aren't aware of who is behind and who is ahead. It is also efficient. I do many timed tests but never thought of using it this way. Thanks for sharing!
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Also a great idea for any skill-based content area, such as World Languages. Although the goal is to have students all be on the same page, a few invariably begin to struggle with certain concepts. This is a great way to differentiate instruction and provide practice/remediation. Now the trick is to develop organized levels of language complexity just like the multiplication tables! Would work well within a standards-based grading (SBG) framework.
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Jen Saul
English Language Arts Math Science Social Studies Arts / 3 / Teacher



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Lesson Idea

Grades 9-12, All Subjects, Class Culture

Lesson Idea

Grades 9-12, ELA, Class Culture

Teaching Practice

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