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Graphic Scores, a touring project

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Instead of simple tables that I have the kids fill in for their speed tests, they could graph their data - more math, perfect!

students graph their own grades each week, staple in weekly folder, get signed each week.great incentive for them to want to improve!

Have students record their progress monitoring scores themselves weekly to feel ownership over their progress. **Making this for our First Grade Data Notebooks!!

Students record their reading fluency progress monitoring scores themselves weekly to feel ownership over their progress.

{Ella Claire}: Vintage Sheet Music Christmas Banners

Vintage Sheet Music Christmas Banners

We could even do something like this with graph paper, sheet music, score cards?, paintings or prints, etc. for TTT - Vintage Sheet Music Christmas Banners Glass Glitter and Jute

Students track their reading level. Would be great to keep in a take home binder so parents can talk with them about it! A great way to begin using data notebooks.

Data Binder for Primary Students {Editable for Your Classroom}

Students track their reading level. Would be great to keep in a take home binder so parents can talk with them about it! A great way to begin using data notebooks. I could create something similar for our DRA data.

Follow what each instrument does in Beethoven’s 5th on a scrolling graph... Visual score. Wow! Very Cool :-)

Follow what each instrument does in Beethoven’s 5th on a scrolling graph

Instruments Chart for Scrolling Bar-graph Score of Beethoven's -- This video combines the audio of Beethoven’s Symphony with a graphical version of the score that represents what each instrument is playing at the moment…So cool!

30 Good Student Class President Slogans

30 Good Student Class President Slogans

WHAT IT TAKES TO GET INTO COLLEGE. There is no clear-cut pathway to college. A recent survey of college admission officers indicate that some factors do matter more than others, according to the infographic “College Admissions: What Really Matters?

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