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Writing progress reports four or more times per year is probably one of the most time consuming duties teachers have.
Ideally, every student should get a progress report, those that are doing great as well as those not doing so great.
However, sending a progress report to every student is not always practical. If the student is doing well, the parents would love to hear it. The main reason for progress reports is to alert parents that their student is on track to receive a poor grade come report card time.
In some schools, progress reports are even called "deficiency reports. Yet most teachers do not expect, nor see, any real results in terms of student achievement.
How do you write a progress report that gets results? More than likely the parent will find getting additional accurate information from the child quite difficult, if not impossible. Such a report is also not objective because it expresses a judgment. It is possible that the parent has different goals than the teacher or draws a different conclusion from the same circumstances.
I once had a child from special education mainstreamed into my class without my knowledge. His mother told me, "You should have seen him last year.
He has really come a long way. He is disruptive in class. If Johnny has turned in even one or two assignments, he will insist to his parents that he did so turn in his homework. If the parents come in at all, they will say, "But he says he has turned in his homework.
Parents need to know exactly what the child did that was disruptive in order to effectively discuss it with their child. Some teachers are reluctant to be explicit because they do not want to drag out the heavy ammunition. They hope that a gentle, diplomatic hint will be enough, but it rarely is.
I have read cumulative folders of troubled middle schoolers with copies of notes the first grade teacher wrote saying, "Sarah is working on socialization skills.
Sarah is working on socialization skills. What can a teacher do to make sure progress reports get results? Some extra work in the first quarter will pay dividends the rest of the school year.
Before the first day of school, write out your classroom policies, grading policies and consequences for misbehavior. Send these home with students with a tear-off slip at the bottom for parents to sign. Make the return of these signed slips the first homework assignment.
Ask the school to print three sets of class mailing labels for you.The school report is the traditional end to the academic year. But parents are more critical of them than ever: some say computer-generated comments are too bland and general, while teachers.
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