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I teach in a resource room setting with multiple small groups of kids. I'm looking for some kind of stamp I can use on their work, mainly tests to show what accommodations they received. Something like "Completed in Resorce Room" with a list of accommodations that I could check off if they receive like reader, scribe, small group, etc. I feel like I'm spending too much time writing on papers. I don't want parents to see completed work and think "Oh he did great on this" and not know what all went into completing that assignment. Any ideas or suggestions to where I could find something like this? Thanks so much!


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VistaPrint has stamps you can customize to put your own words and/or images on. They are also super reasonable.
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I just created a word document and stated something like, "The following accommodations/modifications were provided in accordance with the student's IEP." and list the student and assessment. Then I have a list of them with a box next to so I can just check them off. I have it printed on about a quarter of a page and staple it to assessments.
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Thank you both for the suggestions. That's a great idea about the word document...I may do that for now while I work on getting one ordered.
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Old 09-29-2017, 02:57 PM
 
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My school system provides a stamp that we must use.


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This is my 6th year teaching, and 10 year in education and I have never heard of using a stamp or a sheet to documents accommodations. Why do they make you do is?
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I have no idea
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But you might want to check with your higher ups before you do that. I know here in MO, at least in our area schools, that would not be allowed. The half sheet might be allowed as long as it is not attached and went directly to the teacher or parent in a sealed, confidential way.

There are a lot of "rules" about how/when/where modified grades are allowed to be documented. Also, it could be seen as a FERPA violation to have his accommodations listed on random, everyday work, even tests. Those acc/mods items are to be confidential so it could be risky putting a list like that on a test or homework sheet that could land in a turn in tray, teacher's desk top or pile graded by a TA or other.

I am not trying to be difficult. I totally get it. I too have had parents' who claim "since Jr is passing all his classes now, he must not need SpEd." Those are difficult conversations to have and make understood.

I just don't want anyone to get in trouble.
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Old 10-05-2017, 05:53 PM
 
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1kyteacher - that is understandable that it should be kept confidential. I have never had a problem with it, but I guess it's good to ask what your own districts policy is. I know it did help me in a case where a student's reading accommodation of entire text came into question since we had documentation.
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Old 10-15-2017, 10:55 AM
 
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We use stickers at my school and check off the accommodations.
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