Entrance/Exit Passes - Use these activities to review student knowledge or level of understanding as well as provide opportunties for students to reflect on what they have learned.
Tools Table - Exit Pass
McGraw Hill Teaching Tips (Enter/Exit Pass)
Mrs. Trimpe's Science Starters
Other resources ...
Class Starters - Do Nows & WarmUps
Class Starters for Math
Starters of the Day (Math)
Everyday Mysteries (Science)
Daily Dose (all subjects)
Language Arts Warm-Ups
Rubrics - Create rubrics for your students or use the free tools listed below to create them with your students.
RubiStar - Use their free rubric
maker to create your own rubric for any project or
Rubrics for Assessment includes rubrics for peer-assessment for elementary, middle-school, and high school students along with a large collection of rubrics organized by subject area.
Assessment Rubrics are available for primary through high school students in a variety of formats that can be customized to your learning units.
Exemplars provides tools that teachers can use to help guide and maximize the student self-assessment process. The Student Rubrics areas offers several unique tools for student assessment.
Recipes4Success offers a rubric maker along with sample rubrics for primary, elementary, and secondary student projects.
Kathy Schrock's Rubric Resources page provides links for general resources as well as subject-specific rubrics.
Rubrics4Teachers offers a large collection of ready-to-use rubrics for all subject areas.
Checklists - Use checklists to help your students evaluate their journals, projects, or other activities.
KnowledgeSurveys/Skills Inventory - Use skills inventories or knowledge surveys to provide students with the opportunity to evaluate what they know about the concepts you will be covering in an upcoming unit.
Project Analysis Tools - Provide students with the tools and guidelines they need to evaluate their projects and portfolios.
Graphic Organizers - Use graphic organizers to allow student's to assess what they know about a topic.
Peer Review - Utilize these resources to provide opportunities for students to review their own as well as the work of their peers.
Need more resources? Visit Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Assessment for links to online resources for rubrics, portfolio assessments, graphic organizers, and much more!