Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Now hear this! - Section 3: Exploration ~ the wave crest


My students are becoming reflective learners, but at ages six and seven, I find that I still need to help them self-evaluate.  Here, students color in smiley and sad faces as to whether they have used particular communication strategies in their notebooks.

In this video, I help them check-in by reading the rubric and focusing their attention to the rubric.  They are still self-evaluating independently.  Eventually, an increasing number of students will move towards self-refection and evaluation without a check-in.

  Student Self-Assessment: Self-evaluation
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Now hear this!

Unit 4: Light and Sound
Lesson 1 of 18

Objective: SWBAT communicate information about their observations of sounds in the environment.

Big Idea: Can you hear me now? It is hard to find a truly quiet place, especially when you are surrounded by first graders! Listen in to hear what your students find on a listening walk.

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