Keeping Records: If there is one thing that I have learned, and that I actually feel is becoming more and more important recently, it is to document all that you can. Data of all kinds is becoming the focus of our teaching. In this kit, I have four tools that will help you with keeping anecdotal records of student behavior, tardiness to class, and contacts with home – all of which, when combined with the academic data that is being collected for each child, can help construct a more complete picture of your students’ growth and factors that may affect it.
The actual rules are up to you, but this kit can help with the record keeping that often gets in the way of consistency.
- Late to Class Sign-in Sheet that helps you keep track of which are excused and which are not...all without disrupting your class
-Let's Stop and Think - a form that is used as a behavior management tool
-Discipline Log - keep track of student behavior and interventions
-Home Contact Log - document all interactions with home in one place for easy reference
-Directions and tips for using each form