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Old 07-29-2010, 10:46 AM
 
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What about making a to-do list? I have done this so that para's, therapists, etc. could work on the student's obj. and goals. For example, at the top of the page I have it titled "To Do" then I put a blank for the student's name, followed by numbered blank lines. I then write in what tasks I want the student to do, such as tying their shoe, counting change, using flash cards, etc. The person working with the student initials, dates, and tells % of accuracy- or how many attempts(number) right/total number. This way I have documentation of what was done with the student and how they are progressing. You could even laminate the blank lists and then re-use them. I usually use the same list for the whole week.
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