Linking up with * Middle School Math Moments* for Working on It Wednesday!

Is it just me, or is it a little bit time-consuming to create unique scales? The following article gives a 5-step process to create your own scales for any learning goal you choose. This might be helpful if you’re just starting out and trying to understand what each scale means.

*5 Steps to Creating Successful Common Core Scales for Student Learning – *

* Learning Sciences Marzano Center*

What I find much most difficult is deciding what content or sub-goal should be at each scale under the primary goal. When I am developing assessments, I usually define each sub-goal as a sub-skill or previous grade level skill that they would’ve needed to master first.

**I have completed Grades 4-8,**

**including the FREE Standards sets, Posters, and Portfolio pages! Yeah!**I am still working on third grade. Here’s some examples of 3.OA.6 and 3.OA.7.

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*Thank you to the teacher who left this comment on TpT regarding the 3rd Grade Math Bundle with Marzano Scales:*

*“Will be using this in the fall! This helps students self-reflect which is something missing in all “canned curriculums.”*

Janet says

I’ve never considered this method before, thanks for the detailed ideas! I like it!