Often times the report cards for each reporting period are very broad to cover the standards and expectations for an entire year. This document allows you to give parents and students specific feedback about the content that was covered. Here's how to use it:
1. Change each subject area to reflect the learning objectives/targets taught and learned.
2. Change the "grade" numbers and expectations key to reflect your formal report card.
3. Then, ask students to grade themselves using their work and evidence to support their assessment of themselves.
4. Finally, add the grades they should receive based on your assessment of the work and evidence.
Students then lead the conference and use this sheet to guide the discussion for each subject area. It's very eye-opening to see how some students think very highly of their work while others are very hard on themselves. Parents appreciate the specific feedback and it helps them know what they can do at home.
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How to use:
Formatting: I’ve moved this document over to google slides rather than Word. You'll receive the link in the PDF download. Please let me know if you have any issues.
Editing: I focus on the three core subjects in my class. If you have more subjects to cover, simply copy one of the slides (click on the thumbnail on the right and press command+C for MACs or control+C for PCs and enter more subject areas. If you need additional rows, go to the last box on the row and press tab. If you need less rows, click on the row you want to delete. Then go to “Table” and click “Delete Row.”
Printing: Print front to back or on one-sided as desired. I suggest a colored card stock--a different color for each reporting period. I also ask students to write in black flair or ink pens for copying if necessary.
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