Student Self-Assessment Rubric - Freebie!

 FREE Self Assessment Rubric
Here is a Marzano's Student Self-Assessment Rubric that I use with my students across all subjects areas.

This scale can be used before, during, and after instruction.

Before introducing a new lesson, I use this scale to determine students' prior knowledge. Once I announce the standard for today's lesson, I ask the students to use the rubric to see how they think they see themselves using the standard. Students show me a number using their fingers. 

During instruction, I assess my students' learning and understanding of the goal being taught. I ask my students where they see themselves on the rubric now? Are they moving up or down on the rubric? Again, I ask them to show me fingers.

After instruction, I use this scale as a measurement for grading to determine if my students have mastered the learning goal. Sometimes for a closure activity, I ask students to rate themselves again where they see themselves on the rubic? Do they need more practice or do we keep going? 

These are great for letting me know where my students are in understanding and it lets the students know where they stand with their thinking too. 

Click the picture above to download this FREE rubric.

Here are more Marzano teaching material:
The Highly Engaged Classroom
Coaching Classroom Instruction
A Teacher's Guide to Standards
Classroom Instruction That Works

Here is a blog post about Classroom Management you may be interested in:
Classroom Management

Thanks for stopping by today!
Until next time,



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