Evaluating the Classroom Environment
Educators may want to work together in groups to brainstorm the characteristics of an effective standards-based classroom and communicate these in a teacher checklist format. Click on the link below for a tool to use as a starting point.
Evaluating the Classroom Environment: Checklist for an Effective Standards-Based Classroom
Evaluating Instruction and Learning: Student Tool
Educators may want to view and use the tool below to encourage students to evaluate instruction and their learning. Note that this tool can be modified and used in several ways. This kind of a plus (positives)/ delta (negatives or changes needed) chart can be posted on the wall and students encouraged to respond using sticky notes. When analyzing student responses, educators may want to organize responses into groups to be a picture of the overall class response.
Evaluating Instruction and Learning: Student Response Tool
Evaluating Student Learning: Student Tool
Educators may want to view and use the tool below to encourage students in the process of self-assessment.
Evaluating Student Learning: Student Self-Assessment Tool