California Content Standard Elementary Progress Report
Transitional Kindergarten and Expanded TK - Progress Report
- Grading Support - Transitional Kindergarten and Expanded TK
How To Guidance: Click on the resources above for guidance on how to use the TK-K standards alignment document to determine progress report marks and suggested progress report connections to the TK-K alignment doucement/Preschool Learning Foundations. See how the California Preschool Learning Foundations Volumes 1, 2, and 3 provide useful examples of student behaviors and work for each TK content standard.
N/A is not an option in the TK progress report. The TK progress report is designed to note a student's developmental level at this time- What skills has the student come to school with? Where is the student based on experiences the child has had whether formal instruction or not? The progress report is a tool to help parents understand the developmental continuum a young child goes through in the different domains and help teachers and parents consider what instruction and experiences would be helpful to support the child in his/her developmental next steps.
Integrated Learning Centers: Independent learning centers provide teachers the opportunity to observe and interact with children as they apply their understanding of and build awareness of the Preschool Learning Foundations. For example students may be engaged in the block area building a community highway with ramps where they explore how different objects move, their speed, the direction the objects move in, the distance they go. Students can be sorting and charting in a graph which objects are faster or slower. Finally you may hear students discuss what characteristics (texture, shape, size) make the object go faster or slower, farther or shorter distances. This one center provides children with the opportunity to develop skills in an integrated and developmentally appropriate play-like manner. Preschool Learning Foundation domains addressed in this one example: Physical Science, Math, Language and Literacy, Social Emotional Development.
Collecting evidence of student development: There are multiple ways to monitor and identify what skill level the student is working at: observations with notes, portfolios, pictures of student engaged in learning centers, student "writing" samples which includes drawing and dictation, curriculum assessments... Please see the Ready to Advance Assessment Guide for srtategies and guidance on how to monitor student development. (Log into Benchmark Universe, select your program Ready to Advance, click on Assessments.)
Newly Added- Classroom Embedded Formative Assessment:
Quick and simple ways to monitor student development from TKCalifornia.org. Click on image above for suggestions. Visit TKCaliifornia for additional support.
Resources are: a sample TK progress report, the TK-K Standards Alignment Document, the CA Preschool Learning Foundations Vol. 1, 2, and 3.
For ETK teachers needing support with the DRDP-2015, visit desiredresults.us, resources, forms, and tutorials.
Quick at-a-glance document that shows the measure, definition and descriptor. Print this out on 11.5x15 and put it in a prominent place to become familiar with the instrument by reading a measure or two each day.
Use this ETK Parent Report template to complete with information from the DRDP so that you can share students' strengths and skills that they are working on.
Click Spanish ETK Parent Report for the translated template.
English Language Arts K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Supports - ELA
Use this document for an at-a-glance view of resources aligning the progress report strands to the California ELA anchor and grade level content standards. You will also see a section of suggestions for student work portfolio artifacts.
Progress Report Correlations to College & Career Readiness ELA Anchor Standards
Use this document to see which anchor standards connect to the 5 ELA progress report strands. Make sure you also refer to your ELA grade-level specific standards to better understand how the anchor standards translate to grade level expectations.
Suggestions for ELA Student Portfolio Artifacts
Use this document for suggestions of artifacts that can be included in a student portfolio as evidence of progress toward proficiciency on grade level standards.
PART III: New Progress Report: Calibrating Grades and Composite Score
Administrators and teachers can use this powerpoint presentation for professional learning on how the above resources support teachers in understanding the new progress report and standards based grading.
English Language Development K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Supports - English Language Development K-5/6
MMED has developed Comprehensive ELD grading guidance tools and resources to support and guide teachers in determining EL progress. Teachers may use the suggested protocols and resources when assigning student scores.
For PD to walk teachers through how to assign ELD marks click, ELD Grading Guidance PD.
Dual Language - Progress Report
- Grading Support - Dual Language
Use this 3 page excerpt from LAUSD progress report policy to read about the explanation of the levels for target language proficiency.
Use the resource below to support you in assigning a target language proficiency level and sublevel.
Select the program that applies to you.
- Dual Language Program (DLP) 50/50 and 70/30
Maintenance Bilingual Education (MBE) Program 50/50
Foreign Language Immersion (FLI) Program 50/50
- Dual Language Program (DLP) 50/50 and 70/30
Mathematics K-5/6 Progress Report
- Overview of Guidance and Support - Mathematics
Use this document for an at-a-glance view of the available resources to support grading in mathematics.
This power point may be used for teacher professional development on planning instruction to incorporate the math practices.
Use this protocol to guide the grade level in a dialogue to develop agreements on calibrating the overall composite score.
Click on your grade level to access your mathematics curriculum maps:
- Practices Grading Support - Mathematics
This document shows the complete wording all eight mathematical practices from the California framework.
This document shows all 8 practices on one page and can be used for observations.
These documents from the California framework include grade level specific information on the practices:
These documents show grade level specific information of the 8 practices on one page.
These documents show the practices as paired on the progress reports with notes on proficiency, narratives from the California framework, and questions for teachers to ask students.
Investigating Vertical Alignment: Measurement and Data, SMP 7 & 8, TK-5, 1.11.18Investigating Vertical Alignment: Geometry, SMP 7 & 8, TK-5 1.19.18
UPDATED 3/6/18: Looking for correlations between My Math and the Standards for Mathematical Practice? This is a searchable data base that correlates the My Math chapter, lesson and page number with SMPs by grade level.
- Content Grading Support- Mathematics
This document shows suggested My Math pacing for grades K-5 on one page.
These calendars show suggested My Math pacing by grade level:
- Suggestions for Student Work Artifacts
This document shows the variety of student work evidence that can considered when assigning a grade.
These documents show the practices as paired on the progress report with space for discussion notes from grade level collaboration or documenting student evidence.
This protocol can be used by grade level teams to discuss student work.
This is a tool for leveled examination of the practices.
This is a recording sheet for student observation of the practices.
Science K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Support - Science
Use this overview document for an at-a-glance view of resources aligning the progress report Science items to the CA Science standards.
Use this document for guidance on how the science standards align to the progress report categories.
These documents provide descriptions of the practices used in science and engineering.
Progress Report Connections to Engineering
This document provides examples of how to begin incorporating engineering at each grade level. Click on the Grade Level below to access this document.
Grade Level Science Grading Resources- Assessment Resources, Engineering Extensions, Science Standards
Suggestions for Student Work Portfolio
This document provides a variety of student work evidence that can be considered when assigning a grade in each of the categories.
History/Social Science K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Support - History and Social Science
Use this document for an at-a-glance view of resources aligning the progress report strands to the History/Social Science grade level resources including the standards, program rubrics, and suggestions for portfolio artifacts.
The K-5 History/Social Science Analysis Skills are assessed in conjunction with the history content. Use this resource to support you in the planning of history/social science lessons and progress monitoring students abiity to apply the analysis skills within content.
Use this sample K-5 Scope and Sequence resource as a guide to consider how a teacher can plan for the combined instruction of reading and historical analysis skills.
Visual and Performing Arts K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Supports - Visual and Performing Arts
Click on the image for standards by content area:
Dance Music Theatre Visual Art
Click below for standards by grade level organized by the component strands.
Component Strands: 1) Artisitic Perception, 2) Creative Expression, 3) Historical and Cultural Context, 4) Aesthetic Valuding, 5) Connections Relationships, Explanations
Physical Education K-5/6 Progress Report
- Grading Support - Physical Education
Use this document for an at-a-glance view of resources to support instruction and assessment of the California Physical Education grade level content standards. This resource will continue to develop with additional resources.
Use this resource for grading support.
Behaviors of a College Career Ready Learner - Progress Report
- Grading Supports - Behaviors of a College Prepared and Career Ready Learner
The Instructional Technology Initiative has created this resource to support teachers to design learning experiences that cultivate the skills and dispositions of 21st century instruction. Teachers teach and monitor students' development in the technology standards. Explore the ISTE standards, the student as the (1) Empowered Learner, (2) Digital Citizen, (3) Knowledge Constructor, (4) Innovative Designer, (5) Computational Thinker, (6) Creative Communicator, and (7) Global Collaborator.