In the "Thought Catcher" chapter of

This led me to think about using something like this for the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practices.

So, I made a chart with student names and the math practices; but....I'm not entirely sure how I'll use it yet..as a check mark system or to jot notes (there's not a whole lot of room for that, unless I redo it with fewer students per page). But, I thought I'd share anyway:)

__The Together Teacher__(chapter 4), the author mentioned specific examples of using*thought catchers*in regards to students: to monitor/record feedback, which could then be used when writing progress reports, or to record thoughts targeting specific writing skills.This led me to think about using something like this for the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practices.

So, I made a chart with student names and the math practices; but....I'm not entirely sure how I'll use it yet..as a check mark system or to jot notes (there's not a whole lot of room for that, unless I redo it with fewer students per page). But, I thought I'd share anyway:)

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