Breakout Group: Student Self-Assessment

Student Self- Assessment and Self Regulation

About Self Assessment and Self Regulation:

Strategies to Enhance Self- Assessment- This article offers examples of ways students can self- assess as a part of their growth.

Student Tools:

What Kind of Student are You?- Students take this quick survey to see how they are doing in school.  

What’s Your Learning Style?- Students take this survey to gain insight on the learning style they prefer.   

What Study Habits Can You Improve?- Students use this survey to pinpoint their study habits and how they can use this information to identify strengths and weaknesses.  

Teacher Tools:

Steps to Creating a Self-Regulation Rubric- This document will allow you to think about and pinpoint action steps to supporting self-regulation in the classroom.

Grit Reflection- Students can utilize these cards to reflect upon behavior and plan for next steps.  These reflections work well to redirect behavior and maintain student persistence.

Exit Slips Using Google Forms- Students reflect on and process new information and think critically, and offers teachers the opportunity to differentiate upcoming instruction based on these reflections. Use the Google Form extension Advanced Summary to easily filter student responses by class, and see word clouds of student written responses!

Focus Goal Card-  Students can use this tool in tandem with the teacher to assess their behavior goals and plan for next steps with the teacher.  The time section allows for multiple check in throughout the day.  

Class-created Rubrics - This example was created in a sophomore class to guide independent student discussions. Students helped create the rubric, then used it to reflect on their work as well as that of their peers. By having students take part in the creation process, they were better prepared to assess their own work.

Embed reflection and goal-setting into skill instruction - The resources in this folder were used to allow for personalized skill development based on student reflection on skill deficits.

Formative Assessment Tools - Many of these tools offer students an opportunity to reflect on and share their progress. Several offer collaborative problem-solving tools based on that reflection.

Self-Assessment Discussion Notes - Table #2