Common Core Assessment Notebook

Here is a simple version of the assessment notebook I use to show proof of what each child has or has not mastered. This version has each standard listed separately, where you can fill in all your students for that particular standard. This is a great comparison tool and easy way to compile data. The Q represents each grading Quarter. There are 25 student slots and 2 standards per page. This version will help you save paper. All the Common Core GPS standards for Reading/LA and Math are listed, as well as the Georgia Performance Standards for Science and Social Studies. If you have any questions or see a mistake, please let me know. I have a Ms. & Mr. version you can download. I also included a sample of how to fill out the form.You can always use your own codes. Click the image below for the {FREE} version:

You can get these here!







12 comments:

  1. Hi :) I love your blog, and I just "tagged" you!

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  2. I would also like this but is telling the bandwidth is to large. Please emai me at heather94@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  3. Awesome! Just found these!! Is there anyway the could be put into MS Doc. so the information can be typed in and saved onto the computer files.

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  4. This is a totally amazing resource for any Georgia Kindergarten teacher! HOLY SMOKES! Can you give more detail about how you use it? Just bundle it all up and carry a clipboard? Pull out certain pages at a time? Do you use it on GKIDS?

    You can email me at tlc4ben@gmail.com. I'm so afraid you will respond and I'll miss it!

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  5. thanks Tracey - this is a little different than what I used last year - actually, this one is much more simple! Thanks for the sweet comments:) I keep these in a binder & at the end of each day or when able, I record some formative & eventually summative assessments on these sheets - makes it SO much easier when you enter everything into GKIDS, PLUS, it is a great way for students & parents to see their child's growth, as you mark the various DNM, progressing, etc...

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  6. I love this! Unfortunately, I teach HS so the standards would have to be changed! Is there any way it can be saved to MSWord so that it may be altered....

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  7. I love this also but teach 2nd grade...like others have said, is there a way to make it where we may update the standards for our grade levels?

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  8. Great work! My K5 teachers will love this notebook! Is it possible to share it in doc format, so that I can create them for other grade levels?

    Thanks,
    Lisa Schmidman
    schmidlj@milwaukee.k12.wi.us



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  9. This looks great! How can I pay or get a copy in a word document? I would love to use this but for our standards base reportcards I need to make a few changes. Is it possible to purchase your template?

    Rebecca Burrows
    okieteacher77@yahoo.com

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  10. Is there anyway this can be sent as a MS word document? We would like to type our student's names in as well. If so, can you email it to me at jenniferfoster0125@gmail.com? This is an awesome assessment notebook. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This is an awesome resource. Is there any way to get the word document so that I can type in the student names on one sheet and then copy and paste on all others? I was hoping to start using this right away since I am teaching Kindergarten this year for the first time. Thanks!
    ajfarless@gmail.com

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