Below is a log you could use to track student behavior, attendance, and academic concerns. I take a small (1/2" or 1") 3-Ring binder and maintain these forms in alphabetical order using alphabetize dividers. Once I need to send a student to the principal or counselor, I have exhausted all efforts and have collected sufficient documentation of my efforts to help and assist the student.
This file is a teacher's self check on their understanding of assessment. Use this file to help direct your professional development goals if needed.
NASPE's Teacher Assessment
This is a tool for adminstrators, teachers, etc. to evaluate the level of quality teaching by your physical education teacher. I frequently use this tool to self-assess.
Characteristics of Effective Teachers
A quick tool to help you see where you are in terms of Effective Teaching. Another great self-assessment tool I use to keep myself in step.
Grade Book Legend
Below is the actual legend I use for my grade book. I am able to keep up with a ton of information about my students and give detailed reports to parents and administrators at a moments glance.
This is the grading rubric I use with my students. I like the fact that it's okay for students to start where they are and I usually allow students to redo any work for a better grade on the rubric. It's about student self-improvement, not the number of As, Bs, Cs, and so on. I want my students to know they are responsible for the grade that shows up on their progress or report card. I use this model to create lesson-specific rubrics as well but I always keep the levels and point system the same. Consistency is key! Helps create that safe environment that students need.