Student Progress Card: When Progress Matters Most!

Along with some handwritten student reflections, my comments on Blue Harvest Feedback, and their Standards Based Grading Category Scores, my students also went home at the 5 week mark with this sheet that both they and I had filled out for the 5 week column:

I hope that with the combination of several different types of narrative and numerical feedback, students and parents will be able to see a student’s progress throughout the semester. I plan to send this sheet home again at the 9 week mark, the 14 week mark, and the 18 week mark.

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About epdwilliams

Junior High English Teacher The Westminster Schools
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3 Responses to Student Progress Card: When Progress Matters Most!

  1. I continue to be impressed by your work, PD. Love how you are creating metacognitive bridges for your students AND parents. Keep fighting the good fight…

  2. Pingback: 9 Week Update for 8th Grade English | Superfluous Thoughts

  3. Pingback: 14 Week Update for 8th Grade English Class | Superfluous Thoughts

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