This resource contains nine, brief, succinct checklists which are written as a guide so that during parent/teacher conferences you, the teacher, have specific items to talk about (besides grades); so, you can be specific and to-the-point.
1) Study Skills and Organization
2) Response to Assignments
3) In Class Discussion
4) Class Attitude
5) Reaction to Setbacks
7) Written Work
8) Inquiry Skills
9) Evidence of Intellectual Ability
Just place a check mark by each category that applies to the student. Then circle the word that best describes the student. Finally, make a copy so that the parent(s) or guardian(s) will have something to review when they return home.
Please note that this file is not saved in a PDF format so that you can edit it to accommodate your needs.
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