A checklist to utilize in classroom management to assess and direct student behavior and learning.
DIRECTIONS FOR UTILIZATION OF EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS CHECKLIST
1. Put the dates (4/1/14-4/5/14) on the top left of the checklist.
2. Put the name of the class on the top right of the checklist.
3. Put the name of each student in the area provided for each week.
4. Each column is to be utilized for one day.
5. Utilize + or – or a check mark to designate award or penalization of points.
• PLUS would indicate 2 points awarded for the activity done above expectations.
• MINUS would indicate 2 points deducted for the activity not meeting expectations.
• CHECK MARK would indicate activity done appropriately.
6. If a student does the activities to be assessed appropriately for a day, 20 points are to be awarded.
• If the student does the activity above expectations for that day, more points are awarded.
• If the student does the activity below expectations for that day, points are deducted.
• If the student does the activity at expectations for that day, a check mark is used.
• If the student performs at his/her expected levels, a grade of 100 is awarded for the week.
• If the student has an excused absence, he/she will lose 10 points for the day (as indicated by X).
• If the student has an unexcused absence, he/she will lose 20 points for the day (as indicated by U).
7. Implementation of the Checklist.
• If the student is behaving inappropriately for an activity being assessed on the Checklist, a verbal warning is given EX: “Marcus, please be quiet,” “Marcus, please get to work.”
• If the student’s behavior for an activity being assessed on the Checklist is above expectations, a verbal comment is given EX: “Marcus, you are working so well on task, I’m giving you 2 extra points.”
• If the student continues behaving in a manner that is below expectations, additional points are to be deducted.
• If the student is doing the activity at the expected level for the day, insert a check mark or just leave that box blank, indicating that the activity was done at the expected level.
At the end of the week, tally up the points to determine the grade to be given to each student