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Old 12-14-2015, 12:15 PM
 
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How do you communicate with classroom teachers if you have a pull-out group? Is there a template you use that you can give them at the end of the week to let them know what they have been working on that week. I'd love a template of some kind if any has any to share or any ideas of what they use.


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I would make things easy as possible and an attribute checklist adapted for the students' and weekly, so that no one is drowning in paperwork.

Simple headers for objective, behavior, attendance. I would use check marks or a number scale from one to five or one to ten.
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Use Google Docs
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I use Google Drive to post and share important documentation. This will not require any paperwork and will hold teachers accountable for checking what you share with them. Like the previous post indicated, I create a simple spreadsheet where I indicate the dates for my pull-outs, TP (teaching point), and activity. Also, I enter data for exit tickets. Finally, quick observations.

For example, it looks like this:

Monday
Students:
TP: _________________
Activity: _____________
Exit Slip: ____________
Observations: __________

You can first create this document using Word doc, and then upload it to Google Drive, or you can create this document right in Google Drive, using Google Docs.

I think it is an efficient way to keep records, and it does not require any paperwork. Plus, teachers can open the doc and view the data at any time of day. if they did not, it is not your problem. Once you share the doc, it is teachers' responsibility to check in occasionally.

I hope it helps!
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Old 01-24-2016, 09:44 AM
 
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I love this idea!! Thanks so much!!
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