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Mrs. L's Leveled Learning
Engage your students with KID-FRIENDLY goals, and give them access to the curriculum. Have you ever felt like as a teacher, you're doing most of the work to learn, organize, pace, and dispense the curriculum while your students sit back passively waiting for you to tell them what to do? What if your students understood that it was their job to learn and master the content? Follow this blog post for Marzano Scales examples.
Kindergarten Goals (Kindergarten Common Core I Can Statement Overview)
This kindergarten skill goal sheet that is a fun and very visual way for the kids to see what skills they have mastered. When a skill has been mastered, the child can put a sticker in the box. Excellent motivation to meet kindergarten goals
Get kids to think about quality work in a way they will understand. The Hamburger Rubric goes like this: Imagine walking into a restaurant and ordering a hamburger. After waiting an abnormally amount of time, the waiter brings you a hot dog in a soggy bun. Obviously not what you wanted! This is level 1 in quality. Level 2 is you get the hamburger on time but it is barely warm and does not have the ketchup and mustard you requested. Level 3 is you get the hamburger as you requested, hot of...