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Teacher & Student Activity Evaluation

When you have completed a job or assignment, whether on your job, at home, in the classroom, or for an organization of which you are a part, stop and evaluate yourself by writing your answers to the following questions:

  • What was I expected to do?
  • In this assignment, what did I do well?
  • If I had to do this task over, what would I do differently?
  • What help do I need?

For 3 weeks, keep a log in which you write your answers to these questions daily.

At the end of the 3 weeks, look back over what you have written, noticing motifs of your reflections. What changes have happened in your thinking during this time? What things do I still need to work on?

End of Unit Student Evaluation

What is __________?
Why is ____________ important?
What impact could ______________ have on my life?

Teacher Planning for Introduction & Evaluation of Unit

"At the end of this unit or study, what do I want my students to know and be able to do?"

When I ask my students, "why did you do this unit of study?", I want them to answer, "because I learned _______________and that 's important because _____________and I know that because _____________."

Carlos the Coyote
Tommy the Turtle

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