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Having a quick assessment literacy assessment for pre-k and kindergarten students can help guide your instruction throughout the school year.
Amy Guzior saved to Education
Finding out what a student knows about phonics is made easy with this quick and simple phonics assessment for K-3 readers! And it's FREE.
Mandy Stevenson saved to Teaching
Assessment of ESL students does not have to be complicated. Here is a short overview of Bloom's taxonomy, what assessment is and ideas for ESL assessment.
Kelly-Jade Staines saved to TEFL ME
Get fun formative assessment examples and ideas that are perfect for elementary school teachers.
Kindergarten is TOUGH, in all capital letters. If you're a new Kindergarten Teacher, brace yourself. If you're a returning Kindergarten Teacher, give yourself a hug and buy yourself something nice, you deserve it for re-entering the jungle by choice. I LOVE Kindergarten, and have dedicated the last four years of my life to mastering the art of Teaching the Little People. <3 With that being said, I've decided to let go of my deep passion for solely teaching Kindergarten and leave it for an…
Bsupergirlmessimer saved to Assessment
Move it, show it, mark it, and voice it!
Jennifer Ayala saved to Work charts
Assessing student learning is often boring, but this post describes creative and fun ways to assess student learning - especially for formative assessment!
Sara Burke saved to Assessment
Print this free kindergarten assessment pack to use as end of the year testing for your kindergarten students. This is a great way to see where your students are at, and find any areas for development.
Erica Ambriz saved to Assessment
Are you a fan of using exit tickets with your students? They are one of my favorite tools in my teaching repertoire! Chances are, you do something resembling
Pat Johnson VanWyk saved to Assessments
Do you have formative assessment strategies set in place that have your students leaving the classroom with a smile on their face? This blog post...
Katelyn Elizabeth saved to Assessment Strategies