tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-969821499728229660.post978349320695468325..comments2019-05-23T03:01:05.951-04:00Comments on Scaffolded Math and Science: An easy check sheet for grading interactive notebooksScaffoldedMathhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12991099683629425350noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-969821499728229660.post-6659743655552660612019-05-13T22:22:21.102-04:002019-05-13T22:22:21.102-04:00Thank you for asking this. If there had, for examp...Thank you for asking this. If there had, for example, been 15 assignments since the last check, I would just choose 10 random assignments (I usually chose the ones I felt were most important) since the last check and only put those on the current check sheet. I would hope that all 15 would be in there, but I would only officially check the 10. My students could use their notebooks on tests and quizzes, so it benefited them to have everything, but kids are kids:)<br /><br />The check sheet would then be glued into the notebook after the 10 assignments, which helped me with a starting point for the next notebook check. This way I wasn't flipping through the whole notebook for each check. <br /><br />I hope this makes sense! Please let me know if I can clarify or answer any more questions. Streamlining grading to make room for planning and teaching is always a good thing! :)ScaffoldedMathhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12991099683629425350noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-969821499728229660.post-37213339055213065332019-05-13T22:01:59.523-04:002019-05-13T22:01:59.523-04:00Thank you for sharing this! I am looking for ways...Thank you for sharing this! I am looking for ways to streamline the grading. Can you please clarify what you choose for the check? For example, if I had 15 things in my notebook, I would choose 10 of them to check? Do you expect all 15 things to be in the notebook? Thanks for clarifying!CatStadthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05809991354479977086noreply@blogger.com