Fluid Mastery Rubric: FluidMasterySelfMonitoring_Rubric.pdf

 
 
 
SelfMonitoring_Rubric.pdf
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This self-monitoring chart guides students in rating themselves on their level of understanding as we're using the Rubric together.
  • FluidMasterySelfMonitoring_Rubric.pdf
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This self-monitoring chart guides students in rating themselves on their level of understanding as we're using the Rubric together.
 
Assessment & Data

Fluid Mastery Rubric

Students self-monitor their understanding by using the Fluid Mastery Rubric.  They monitor their level of understanding of the lesson on a scale of 1 to 4 (1 being least mastered to 4 being most).  Because my students are given the opportunity to reflect and self-monitor their level of understanding of the lesson, I get real-time data on which students need targeted interventions and supports. 

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This self-monitoring chart guides students in rating themselves on their level of understanding as we're using the Rubric together.
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This is the actual Rubric I have crafted with tape and headings on a whiteboard in my classroom. Student names are on magnets.
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This self-monitoring chart guides students in rating themselves on their level of understanding as we're using the Rubric together.
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This is the actual Rubric I have crafted with tape and headings on a whiteboard in my classroom. Student names are on magnets.
Mark Montero
Aspire Titan Academy
Los Angeles, CA


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Moderate
Subject:
English / Language Arts
Grade:
Third grade
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