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As we focus on the final report of the school year, perhaps you’d like to know about some of the “secret settings” of Student Evaluator. Well, not really secret, but cool nonetheless. Gender neutral pronouns – If xe wants, xe gets! When creating a new student, simply choose your preferred pronoun format from the… Read More »
Familiarize Yourself with the Curriculum Sometimes, as teachers, when we’re given a new teaching assignment or asked to teach unfamiliar content, or simply have too much on our plate, it can be easy to fall into a pattern of “winging it.” This may make our lives easier at some points during the school year, but… Read More »
1. Make comments easy to understand for students and parents As simple as this may seem, we often forget who our audience is (We sometimes write comments to appease our admin), and we need to develop comments that are meaningful for both parents and students alike. 2. Communicate often with parents Make it a regular… Read More »
Opening and Closing Comments and Curriculum Next Steps for your Ontario Report Card Comments We have recently spent a great deal of time creating 2 free NEW resources for your report cards. All subscribers will now have access to a comment bank of opening and closing statements for their report cards, and a comprehensive list… Read More »