One of my time savers! I use this for initial eval meetings, to gather data before beginning assessment. Has a column for info provided by parent(s) and another one for teacher(s).
I like to send this home along with the meeting invite so the parent and teacher know what to expect. Then, at the meeting, I use it as an outline to guide our discussion and make sure we don't miss anything.
Page 1: general, family, history
Page 2: academics and school functioning
Page 3: Speech and language skills
I streamlined the report writing process by developing and ordering these questions to match my district's Evaluation Report form (Oasys).