So, if you look in this little binder, you'll see just what kind of teacher I am.
EVERYTHING you need to know that I'm a "distinguished" teacher is right here in this binder.
Hardly. Doesn't even put a dent in it.
So, here is my Evidence Log binder post.
It's not going to be a pretty post. BUT, maybe you'll find it helpful???
In the front, I printed and put the rubric from our district - if you'd like to take a look at it,
I must warn you though, I don't really get it all. haha
There are 15 pages.
I know. I'm STILL scared of it.
There are 7 Dimensions....or sections. So, I have 7 dividers.
Behind each divider, I typed up (well, my teammate did) the element descriptions....and then I added in what I do that would fit that element. There a few elements in each of the 7 dimensions.
Next to each evidence in the elements, I wrote in what evidence to look that would be in the binder. I put a number (which section to find it in) and a letter (I labeled them in ABC order)
(analyzing rubrics and data from tests and such...)
A lot of the evidence pieces can be used for different elements and different dimensions.
This one was a way I showed how I differentiate spelling....
And here is my sentence imitation and my Every Day Math
(asking them to apply learned skills)
IF I didn't have physical evidence, I just put observable. I mean, there's NO WAY to "show" how I do everything. RIGHT!?
I taped some of my behavior cards - which shows my behavior management, but also how I communicate with parents because they sign and return the cards.
(I really love how I get to use what I create...for the students to create...to put in my evidence log!
Showing how I ask my students to use higher order skills, organization and planning, and creating projects...I used my Penguin Books from my pack
I don't remember what Dimension 4 is... didn't take a picture of that....
but here's my reading log and A.R. points. Which I meet with my kids every Friday to discuss how they're doing on their A.R. quizzes. But parents also sign it, so it's a way to communicate with parents...so it hits another dimension...
And how I use data to differentiate our instruction,...which is also dimension 1
There's a whole lot more I didn't take pictures of, but hopefully that gave you some insight on what I've been doing - I'm just thankful for this little ole blog because I've had TONS of pictures already from the year so far.