The Assessment Network has grown to the point where that it now contains many different examples of how the power of assessment can be maximized in the classroom. These ideas are scattered throughout the site. To make this site easier to navigate, this one blog will include links to all of the other classroom AFL examples. It's sort of like an AFL Wal-Mart - everything you need in one blog!

Please note that while these blog posts are grouped by content area, the vast majority of them can be used in any content area. So be sure to explore examples listed in content areas other than your own.

Also, please note that as more examples are added to this site, they will also be added to this blog.

**Art**

- AFL, Art Class, and Failure Management - learning from trying
- Student Self Assessment

__English__**Examples of using rubrics (rubric for students to assess their own learning)****The Spelling Pre-Test**

__Guidance__- A school counselor uses AFL (AFL chart for students to track their progress)

__History__- Examples of using rubrics (rubric for students to assess their own learning)
- Don't confuse it for a specific strategy (various AFL strategies and grading practices)
- An everyday activity can become an AFL tool (review sheets that allow students to track level of mastery)

__Marketing__- AFL + Enthusiasm = Powerful Instruction (students analyzing their own progress and predicting their success)
- Students understanding the value of assessment (using examples of past work to guide current efforts)

__Math__:- 3 Perspectives on an AFL example (test grades replacing quiz grades)
- Simple AFL activity in Math (getting feedback prior to a graded activity)
- An AFL email to parents and students (communicating AFL to stakeholders)
- A Salem High School teachers uses a GPS (retaking quizzes to reach mastery)
- An Assessment Becomes a Learning Tool (enhancing the impact of test corrections)
- AFL Communication and a Self-Assessment Rubric for Math (a rubric for students to use self-assess progress)
- The Power of Asking "Can You" - an example of training students to assess their own progress
- Would This Work? (A Question for Math Teachers) - daily quizzes on specific steps to Math processes
- How AFL Shouldn't and Should Look in a Math Class - more than just teach, test, and retest

__Music__- Teaching More than the Notes and Rhythm (by Mark Przybylowski)

__Physical Education__- How AFL could be applied to a PE class (students charting their own progress)
- AFL and Heart Rate Monitors

**Science**

**Special Education**

**Spelling**

**Trades and Industrial**

- Laying an AFL Bead in Welding (the importance of feedback)

__World Language__- An AFL review strategy that can be used by any teacher in any content area (white boards for review)
- Students checking their progress (student progress check sheet)

__General Examples__- LOOPING: Where AFL and SBL all comes together
- 10 Formative Assessment Tech Tools by Edutechchick
- 56 Examples of Formative Assessment by David Wees
- The Multi-Colored Note Card
- Practical ideas for more frequent assessment to enhance learning (4 general examples)
- It's about students taking ownership of learning (general examples of how students can assess themselves)
- Getting and Giving Student Feedback (exit slips and more)
- AFL principles can guide many different types of classroom practices (students calculating their grades)
- AFL strategies and descriptions (7 different AFL strategies and descriptions of how to use them)
- School administrators try creating classroom AFL objectives (sample AFL objectives)
- AFL Flashcard Review
- An Elementary Activity that Applies to All Grade Levels (daily review sheet)
- The Pre-Test
- AFL Communication and a Self-Assessment Rubric for Math - an example of communicating the purpose of AFL practices to students and parents
- The Power of Asking "Can You" - an example of training students to assess their own progress
- Students checking their progress (student progress check sheet)
- An AFL review strategy that can be used by any teacher in any content area (white boards for review)
- A Salem High School teachers uses a GPS (retaking quizzes to reach mastery)
- An Assessment Becomes a Learning Tool (enhancing the impact of test corrections)
- An everyday activity can become an AFL tool (review sheets that allow students to track level of mastery)
- AFL, Art Class, and Failure Management - learning from trying
- Ideas for Making Retakes and Redos Work
- Focused Formatives
- Student Self Assessment
- The AFL/SBL Exit Slip
- 5 Fantastic, Fast Formative Assessment Tools from Vicki Davis
- Making Every Assessment a Formative Assessment