Hello from The Classroom Nook! Are you using interactive notebooks in your classroom? Then, snag this student-friendly rubric to help give your students clear guidelines on your expectations for their interactive notebook. The rubric helps outline 4 categories for assessment: neatness & organization content accuracy required elements illustrations & diagrams. Click on the image to get your free rubic! ... Read More about Interactive Notebook Rubric
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Differentiation in the classroom is a given, and one way to differentiate is by changing up the product for different levels/interests. Free rubric! Of course, if you are allowing open-ended assignments, you want to make sure that expectations are very clear – or who knows what you might end up with! but when done correctly, assigning hands-on projects that match student interest or learning styles can produce some amazing representations of the learning goals! Want your own Rubric ... Read More about Free Rubric Template!
Looking for a way to communicate your students' work habits to their parents? Check out this rubric! I have much more, including an exit ticket reflection, over at my blog The Owl Teacher. Just head over there now to read about how I use these in my classroom and to download it free. Happy Teaching! ... Read More about A Work Habits Rubric for Classroom Management
Students love to perform plays while they practice their reading fluency and accuracy. I created this rubric to coach and assess how well students perform in front of the class. To download a free copy of the printable rubric shown above, please visit this post at Artistry of Education. ... Read More about Free Readers Theater Rubric
Need to do more writing in the coming semester? Use this FREE rubric to grade your students on their blog post entries. It's true, authentic writing that your students will enjoy (as will their families)! Click the picture below to get your rubric! Thanks for looking! ~HoJo~ ... Read More about Rubric to Grade Students Blog Posts