Let’s get down to business.
I have broken down the how into four easy-to-understand parts:
The next part is planning, creating, and implementing a curriculum:
The third part is assessments:
The page below is an another great resource for documentation. You can keep track of all pre-assessments, assignments, formative assessments, and post-assessments for each student. You can also check a color coded box next to each assignment/assessment to quickly see how the student is doing with mastery of the standard, or to quickly place them in small groups for any intervention, re-teaching, or enrichment groups.
Remember, this resource is completely editable. So you can type on the above page instead. I also include a text editable PDF, and I have it set up so that you can just click one of the colored boxes and it automatically puts in a check mark for you!
You can then take the above information, and use the color coded boxes to form your groups using this page below. These pages are also color coded by domain, and have the standards written on top. I plan to use these when forming my small groups for instruction or RTI groups. I typically have so many students going in and out of my class for interventions throughout the day, and so many adults that I need to communicate this info to, so this will help all of us stay organized.
The pages I have shown you are only a small sample of these 800+ page resources. Click here to download a preview of my 3rd grade resource, click here to download the preview of my editable 4th grade resource, and click here to download the preview of my editable 5th grade resource to see more of what’s included. Click the button below to see all three grade levels.
For those of you that have been reading this standards based grading blog post series from the beginning, as promised, click here to grab all of the info in PDF form! This PDF also includes my cupcake analogy poster shown below!