Marzano-Based Smart Board Assessment
The following is an evaluation scale that I created based off of Marzano’s educational objectives. Students usede this scale to guide their effort and performance. They rated themselves by dragging their name to the four, three, two, or one section on the smart board to indicate their perceived ability to perform the goal.
The scale is as follows:
Vanilla Ice Cream Cone (1): I didn’t do what my teacher asked.
Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream Cone (2): I finished my work but I forgot several things.
Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream Cone with Sprinkles (3): I did my best. I’m proud of my work!
Triple Dip Ice Cream Cone with a Cherry on Top (4): I did more than my Teacher asked!
This is an up-close view of the Rubric in use.
These are pictures of students using the Marzano Smart Board Rubric on the Smart Board.
This infographic was created using PiktoChart and shows the major events that led to American independence. This infographic corresponds with Arkansas Frameworks H.6.1.5 and H.6.3.7. The rubric that assessed my performance and includes my scores can be viewed here: Infographic Rubric.
Ruby Bridges Concept Map
This example includes a lesson plan that uses a concept map to teach Common Core standard R.L.2.1. This concept map was created using MindMeister. To view the lesson plan, click here. The concept map is embedded below and can be viewed closer by clicking here. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Concept Map Rubric.
This is a book talk podcast for the book “Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes” by Eric Litwin. This could be used to get students excited about a book or as an example for students when they are preparing to create their own book talk podcast. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Podcast Rubric.
To listen to my “Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes” Podcast, click here.
Digital Storytelling Video
A digital storytelling video can be used to supplement a lesson or can be a technology project for students. This video informs students of how to make their own book trailer. It will also be used to get them excited to read “Charlotte’s Web”. The targeted Common Core Standard followed in this video is R.L. 2.1- “Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Digital Storytelling Video rubric.
A Glogster is a digital, interactive poster. The Common Core standards that go with this Glogster’s curriculum are:RF.K.3- Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. RF.K.3.A- Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant. RF.K.3.B.- Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings (graphemes) for the five major vowels. This can be used as a lesson, in centers, and is a great way to use individualized instruction based on a student’s needs and interests. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Glogster rubric.
To view my Glogster, click here.
Smore Classroom Newsletter
Smore is a website that allows the user to create an online, interactive flyer. For my purpose, it was used to create a classroom newsletter that parents can receive via e-mail or that can be printed out. The central theme of this newsletter is to inform the parents of the events going on in the student’s classroom and what they can do to help their students be successful. The purpose is to make sure that parents are not in the dark about any aspect of their child’s education. I want them to be very informed and I think this newsletter fulfills my goal of making sure parents are informed about what is going on in the classroom and how they can be a part of their child’s education. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Smore Online Newsletter rubric.
To view my Smore Classroom Newsletter, click here.
“I am Rosa Parks” Capzles Digital Timeline
Capzles is a website that allows the user to create an interactive timeline using audio, video, pictures, and text. The Common Core standard this Capzles lesson goes with is standard RI.3.3 that says, “Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.” This timeline goes along with the book, “I am Rosa Parks” by Brad Meltzer and describes the relationship between the historical events in the book and uses language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect. It puts the events in order on a timeline. This lesson provides a good example of a timeline based on an informational text with historical events. Students will create their own timeline based on an informational text with historical events on their own and this will help them get started and show them how to do it as well as use language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect. The rubric that assessed my performance with scores included can be viewed here: Capzles Digital Timeline Rubric.
To view my “I am Rosa Parks” Capzles Digital Timeline, click here.