Monday, September 2, 2013

#Made4Math - Reassessment Request

Happy Labor Day!!!

This is a late post for me because I spent the day with my family, leaving the house this morning before 8am and just now getting home. I hope all of you had an amazing holiday weekend and ready for a great start to September!

My project this week deals with Reassessments. I haven't been really happy with how I did reassessments in AP Statistics, but I strongly believe in SBG, so I needed to find a way to make it work for me. On the way to work last week, I had a brainstorm... how about a menu-type system? I had the opportunity to bounce the idea with the other AP Stat teacher after school on Friday and together we were able to come up with a Reassessment Request that we are happy with.

Here's the finished product:

The students will fill out the form for each Learning Target they wish to reassess and show their work on this paper. Then, they bring this paper in to me and I will give them the reassessment for that objective. I'm really eager to see if this works better than what I've tried in the past :)

Your turn! What did YOU do for your classroom this week? Head on over to the Made4Math blog to see the other submissions!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I like the slip you came up with, especially as it provides a place for students to show their additional learning.

Midway through last year I started using sign up genius for re-takes. The link to what it looks like is here: When they sign up, I get an email notification. If they didn't put the skill and/or what they did to prepare, I cancel their sign up and let them know they need to re-do it with the proper information.