Basically each section is the same. The names run vertical and the standards across the top. I would jot down a quick note under the standard of the assignment, and record the date. Then I would record the score. Here is an example using a 1-4 scale.
And here is an example from my grade book last year. We actually use a 1-3 scale at my school. The Rs you see recorded for a student is for a gifted student who received math instruction from another teacher whose last name started with an R. She was responsible for his math grades so I simply noted that in my gradebook.
This grade book includes all subjects (Math, Reading, Language, and Writing). Each section is separated by a title page that indicates the domain or subject area.
Grab your free copy of this grade book by clicking here or the image below!
Could you share the descriptors for each 1 of the 4 points? We are currently working on rubrics for our standards based grading that's going live fully next school year. Any help you can give us would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Debbie from Southgate, Michigan says
Thanks for the additional help on keeping organized!
Great resources! Can I know what font you use in "Standard Based Grading Gradebook Free" in the first picture above? Thanks!
Jennifer Findley says
This is the font: http://www.dafont.com/mtf-jumpin-jack.font
I downloaded the font from the link you gave for the font on the first page of your gradebook in the picture and MTF-jumping-jack does not match what is in the picture. Is there another font that you used??
Is this able to be customized for a K grade level? Thanks.
I love this! Thank you for sharing!
Question: I assume you assess students on a standard more than one time. Do you have multiple pages of those standards? Or do you stop assessing students once they have mastered a standard? I am working on getting my head around this process and it is hard to get it out of the old ways.
Thank you again
Joanne B says
Thank you for sharing with us! It is so helpful and kind. 🙂
Do you have a fourth grade version
lISA wHITNEY says
CAN YOU MAKE THIS EDITABLE FOR FOURTH GRADE?
Rhonda K Powell says
Great idea! If you this is made for 4th grade I would be interested.