Fist to Five check is an easy way to check for your students understanding. From a fist meaning "I don't understand at all" to a five meaning "Move over teacher", this is an easy way to track to see your students' understanding on the particular lesson.
This Exit Slip is a quick and easy way to assess students' understanding of any lesson! Just give students the topic to fill in at the top and they do they rest. Have extra copies on hand for a quick check for understanding activity.
One of the things I love about the classroom based use of SOLO Taxonomy is the way in which using the model helps students understand great questions. SOLO helps students understand how to construct great questions and how to answer […]
Solo Taxonomy for Self/Peer Assessment - Solo Taxonomy with levels (for Medicine through Time History - though this can be adapted). Student's self/ peer assess work and place their feedback in the relevant block. When peer assessing, I ask student's to g
SOLO taxonomy explained - very clear [kid- and teacher-friendly]
Most people who have tried to do something new in the social sphere - in other words, social innovators - find that there is a roller coaster ride you must take to accomplish your goal (or not) that produces thrills and spills and moments of deep exhilaration and despair. David Brown sent us this diagram mapping the social innovation process that resonated in all its drama with us. Please feel free to share it!