These check off lists can be utilized by classroom teachers,social workers, counselors, psychologists, aides, and student teachers to be utilized for collecting data on behaviors, work habits, participation, social skills, and how the student works in groups.
The lists are written in a positive way and gives the teacher a way to convey how the student is in the classroom and what
areas are still needed to be worked on
This information is valuable for observations, IEP writing, parent teacher conferences, AIS interventions, student support teams, as well as providing information for report cards.
There are five checklists