self assessment worksheet for teachers

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Self-Assessment


Self-Assessment Checklist

Just as with any skilled professional, a good
teacher makes the job look easy. But, as any educator knows, the art of
teaching requires constant energy, practice, and progress. One essential
element of developing as a teacher is taking the time every so often to
evaluate one’s own practices. Use our printable checklists as a starting
point for your self-assessment and self-improvement.

This checklist was adapted from Learning
to Teach …not just for beginners: The Essential Guide for All Teachers
by Linda Shalaway in The
Teacher Store


Classroom Environment

A well-organized classroom sets the stage for teaching and learning. Evaluate
the effectiveness of your space.
Printable version (PDF)
Helpful Resources:

• Class Set-Up
Tool
• Classroom
Organization: The Physical Environment
• Eight Secrets
of Class Design


Routines and Procedures

Routines are the backbone of daily classroom life. See if your system
is helping you run your classroom smoothly.

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• General
Rules of Conduct
• Reaching Every Child


Parent-Teacher Relationship

Family involvement is necessary for successful schooling. When parents
volunteer their time and attention, students achieve more and like school
better. Are you doing everything you can to build strong relationships
with your students’ families?

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• Timely
Topics: Parent-Teacher Conferences
• Resources
for Parents
• Class Homepage Builder


Substitute Teachers

With advance planning, you can be prepared for the unpredictable. Is your
routine substitute-friendly?

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• How do you prepare students for a substitute
teacher?
Audio
Transcript
• Substitute
Teacher Information Sheet (PDF)


Reaching All Students

Teaching requires understanding the individual differences of all students
in your classroom. Evaluate how well your practices accommodate the needs
of everyone in your class.

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• Special
Needs
• A
Place for Everyone: Nurturing Each Child’s Niche
• Electronic
Learning: Special-Needs Solutions
• The
Girls Have It!
• The
New Gender Gap


Assessment

There has been a lot of emphasis on effective assessment recently. Successful
assessment strategies allow you to fairly and accurately evaluate the
real learning of all your students. See whether your assessment strategies
follow best practices in the field.

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• Timely
Topics: Assessment
• Reading Resources
Network: Assessment and Intervention


Teaching Kids to Care

No matter what subject(s) you teach, your job is not limited to just pure
academics. A nurturing school environment facilitates student confidence
and comfort, which in turn aid the learning process. In addition, teaching
children to care is part and parcel of sparking social consciousness and
integrity. Are you following the steps to promoting a sense of caring
and responsibility?

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• Create
a Caring Classroom
• All Together Now!
• Resources from Dr. Bruce Perry


Teacher Collaboration

Everyone benefits when teachers share information and wisdom. Are you
making the most of associations with fellow educators?

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resource:

• Building
Bonds Among Teachers and Directors


Professional Development

Whether you are a new or veteran teacher, you should actively continue
your professional development. Are you exploring all the recommended practices
and resources that are important for professional growth?

• Printable
version (PDF)

Helpful Resources:

• Instructor
Magazine
• Early Childhood Today Magazine

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Student Self-Assessment 1

Student Self-Assessment 1

Use this assessment worksheet with your students to help them describe an assignment they had and what they learned. Your students will be asked to review what they learned as well as show what strategy they used before completing the activity in question. This can be used as is or modified to fit your individual lesson or activity.
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