Interactive Notebook Grading Tips M. Prepster, Murchison Middle School Each teacher has unique ways of working with and grading interactive notebooks. Share your ideas here by pressing the Easy Edit button above and adding to our list. Make sure to sign your name. 1. Assignment Sheet. I struggled with grading interactive notebooks for a while. I wanted to have a quick and easy way to check that students were completing their in-class assignments and finishing things for homework. I devised an Interactive notebook assignment sheet (an example is attached below). I copy these on colored paper so they are easy for the students to locate. At the beginning of a new unit, I give students a copy of this sheet. As I assign work, I have students log it on the sheet. When I am going to check something, I have students open their notebook to the assignment and take out the sheet. If the work is complete, I stamp a place next to where the assignment is logged. When the unit is over, I only have to collect the sheets and give a point value to each stamp. No more collecting notebooks and paging through them!!!!!
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