The Benefits of Report Cards Comments

Posted by | September 23, 2021

Make no mistake: report cards have structure. Since so many have to be generated for so many students, it’s a time-consuming process. But it’s still an important task for any teacher to ensure they’re completed properly. Though they can be painful to read at times, report cards are actually a good way for both students and parents to track progress in the student’s educational evolution. When it comes to commenting, it’s necessary to pay attention to what phrasing is used. Too often teachers go wild with comments, both positive and negative. Certain terms are better to use, like “well-done” or…

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How Teachers Can Assess Students’ Performance in Class

Posted by | September 23, 2022

Report card comments need to be clear, concise, and suggestive to help students improve along their education route. While creativity is key to writing informative report card remarks, the goal is to stimulate learning and give a true assessment of each individual student. Tracking a student’s progress and performance in class requires organization and precise evaluation. There are research-proven methods to properly form an accurate assessment. Try the following tasks to assess students’ performance. Change the Weighting Scale Common report card comments for students are based on a grade created by assignments, exams, quizzes, tests, projects, and homework completion. The…

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7 Tips for Teachers for Making a Good Report Card

Posted by | November 24, 2021

The thought of report cards can often send shivers up the spine of students, and teachers alike. While the student is responsible for the grades, the report card comments are down to the teacher. This valuable assessment tool provides information on a student’s achievements, and direction for future learning.  Need help writing detailed report card comments? Below, we’ve gathered the seven main objectives for report card remarks in all English-speaking countries.  Proceed with Compassion When writing comments,…

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5 Steps on Making Parent-Friendly Report Card Comments

Posted by | October 22, 2021

We all know it can be hard to write encouraging report card remarks for each student. However, it’s crucial for their future education and self-esteem to get the proper message across without focusing on just the negative. Report cards, and the comments, follow a student throughout their education. By making harsh or judgemental comments, it can create a negative imprint between the school, who you represent, and the parent(s). Follow these five steps to create a report…

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The Benefits of Report Cards Comments

Posted by | September 23, 2021

Make no mistake: report cards have structure. Since so many have to be generated for so many students, it’s a time-consuming process. But it’s still an important task for any teacher to ensure they’re completed properly. Though they can be painful to read at times, report cards are actually a good way for both students and parents to track progress in the student’s educational evolution. When it comes to commenting, it’s necessary to pay attention to what…

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How to Be Productive while Writing Report Card Comments

Posted by | August 27, 2021

Report card writing is one of the most cumbersome jobs for teachers. Time consuming, specific to each student, necessary for student records—all of these factors need to be considered when Canadian teachers craft report cart remarks. Sometimes writing constructive and detailed report card comments can take a heavy mental toll and you might find your mind wandering. Thankfully there are some guidelines to make report card comments writing a bit easier: Face It Head on and Start…

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6 Strategies for Simplifying Report Card Writing

Posted by | July 28, 2021

Teaching comes with a lot of hardships and writing report cards for students is no exception. Arguably creating report card remarks is THE most arduous part. Grades have to be placed, comments have to be written in an exact format and with the correct tone, and your compliments and suggestions need to be articulated in the right way for students and parents. Report card writing is cumbersome and often taxing on teachers. But here are six strategies…

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