$ This packet of assessment forms is handy for group activities and peer editing. Included are forms for evaluating group work on a daily basis, a self-evaluation form so students can rate their own performances, a rubric for grading group presentations, and guidelines for peer evaluation of essays.
One of the most important information literacy skills for students is learning how to critically evaluate information found on the Web. This page includes forms for teaching the process and articles for learning about the aspect of literacy.
Build your students' collaboration and critical thinking skills with these peer and self evaluation forms. Students will develop constructive criticism skills and can give each other feedback in a wide range of presentation settings. Three differentiated versions of this form allow for skill-building throughout the year. (grades 4-12)
Christa McAuliffe IS 187 utilizes LibGuides to organize their virtual library. Tabs to online presentation tools, databases, evaluation forms and books are just a few items to be found on the site. The LibGuide contains useful images that can aid students in finding what they looking to find.