Anecdotal Note Record Sheets

I use these sheets to collect anecdotal notes regarding the range of skills being developed in the classroom. The front side of each sheet names a skill and contains checklist boxes for each student; the back of each sheet is blank for anecdotal observations, notes, and identification of the specific activity taking place during this observation.

Laura Masloski began her career in education in 1997 as an art teacher. In 1998, she began teaching in the CMSD, where she has taught kindergarten, first grade and PreK. She holds a bachelor’s degree in K–8 education as well as a PreK certification and an Art concentration, all earned from Ashland University. She received her master’s degree in Education from Marygrove College and obtained the level of Master Teacher from the State of Ohio. Laura uses her creativity to inspire those around her, whether presenting at professional development meetings, assisting other teachers, tutoring, or planning family fun nights for the school. In addition to teaching, Laura enjoys spending time with her son, reading, hiking and organizing.