"Student Evaluation Form"

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Student Name:
SBCSC ID #:
STN #:
12/4/2006
Person Completing Form:
Directions: Once the student has been included in an environment, it is necessary to continue to examine
the effectiveness of the strategies being utilized. This tool should be used on a regular basis to guide the
ongoing communication between the partner teacher(s) and the paraeducator. The general education
teacher and/or paraeducator should complete the form. When there are significant concerns regarding the
strategies being utilized, a meeting should take place in which the partner teacher(s) and paraeducator can
use a problem-solving format to make the necessary changes.
The instructional and
behavior strategies being
utilized are helping the
student make progress in....
Yes
No
Comments
...managing his/her
own behavior.
...demonstrating appropriate
social skills with adults and
other students.
...communicating
his/her own
needs
...initiating and sustaining
appropriate involvement in
the classroom.
...achieving a level
of independence.
...following
teacher directions.
...completing classroom
tasks and assignments.
...completing outside
assignments.
other (specify):
Student Name:
SBCSC ID #:
STN #:
12/4/2006
Person Completing Form:
Directions: Once the student has been included in an environment, it is necessary to continue to examine
the effectiveness of the strategies being utilized. This tool should be used on a regular basis to guide the
ongoing communication between the partner teacher(s) and the paraeducator. The general education
teacher and/or paraeducator should complete the form. When there are significant concerns regarding the
strategies being utilized, a meeting should take place in which the partner teacher(s) and paraeducator can
use a problem-solving format to make the necessary changes.
The instructional and
behavior strategies being
utilized are helping the
student make progress in....
Yes
No
Comments
...managing his/her
own behavior.
...demonstrating appropriate
social skills with adults and
other students.
...communicating
his/her own
needs
...initiating and sustaining
appropriate involvement in
the classroom.
...achieving a level
of independence.
...following
teacher directions.
...completing classroom
tasks and assignments.
...completing outside
assignments.
other (specify):