- an individual review sheet for each student, with the target, a series of "I can..." statements to help kids inventory their learning needs, and a note-taking structure
- a study group protocol
- a final assessment (for those who choose to take the final during the allotted period for their class)
- an alternative assessment option (including holistic rubric)
- and, a sign-up sheet for students.
We have only had one day of the review sessions and will do the others next week. It's a bit crazy, but I have to say that I have great buy-in from the students. Destiny has been firmly placed in their own hands and they're not afraid to do the driving. I expect that by next Friday, I will have plenty to share with you in terms of my reflections on the whole experience.
Without further ado, here are the tools I'm using (note: you can download samples of student work with annotations from the OSPI website for use with the Investigative Design and Writing Conclusions work):
- Goal-setting sheet
- Cell Energetics
- Cell Reproduction
- DNA and Protein Synthesis
- Investigative Design
- Writing Conclusions