Corner A

Four Corners Rubric

Each part of a four point rubric is placed in one of the 4 corners of the room. It is a great way to:

  • Pre-Assess students on new skills or content by sending them to stand in the corner that best represents their knowledge.
  • Quickly check understanding during a lesson
  • Formatively asses where students are at the end of the day
  • Form small groups based on where students gather.

A B C D

Corner BGreat for checking multiple choice answers in a whole class or small group context.

  • Students stand under the letter they chose and have to verbally defend why they chose that answer.
  • Students can move to another letter if they are convinced by another students answer.

Corner C Corner D