Report Card Comments For Students With Adhd

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One of the reasons this approach can be so effective for students with ADHD is that it clearly outlines daily goals for the student and gives the child immediate and frequent feedback on their progress toward the goals. In addition, daily report cards are often very motivating for a child because the system rewards and reinforces positive behaviors at school.

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The report cards you quoted from sound a lot like mine. From Kindergarten through 5th grade, I often received unsatisfactory marks for things like “Completes Work,” “Listens and Follows Directions,” “Self Control,” and “Uses Free Time Wisely”. And teachers wrote comments in my report cards through the 7th grade such as these:

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Get inspired by the report card comment examples — and strategies for success — above to ensure that precision, clarity, and meaning shine through in your report card comments. When it comes time to hand out your report cards, you can do so with the full confidence that you are doing yourself — and each of your students — the justice your hard …

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1. Positive Attitude to Learning. Comes to class every day ready and willing to learn. Has an inquisitive and engaged mind. Is excited to tackle her tasks every day.
2. Showing Improvement. Is consistently improving. Is developing very well for her age. Has shown strong signs of growth in all learning areas. Has made clear and commendable gains.
3. Positive Behavior. Is always very well behaved during class time. Has a good ability to avoid peers who she sees may be distractions to her learning. Is always willing to listen to instructions.
4. Shows Respect for Others. Has a great deal of respect for all visitors to the classroom. Cares for and respects her classmates. Is always respectful to classroom equipment.
5. Confidence. Is a very outgoing, positive and upbeat student. Tackles every task with enthusiasm and self-belief. Is building her confidence more and more every day.
6. Honesty. Can always be trusted with tasks assigned to her. Conducts herself with honesty and integrity at all times. Is trusted with school equipment including expensive computer technology.
7. Self-Expression. Is a very expressive and confident student. Has a great ability to express thoughts and feelings in writing. Is always willing to express herself in front of the class with a bold and confident voice.
8. High Motivation. Has a great deal of intrinsic motivation. She’s a real go getter! Has bucket loads of initiative. Has an active mind and is eager to achieve.
9. Strong Communication Skills. Projects her voice very well when communicating in class. Is effective at using the written word to express herself. Has a great deal of confidence when speaking to groups.
10. Is Neat and Tidy. Always keeps her belongings neatly organized. Looks after her belongings very carefully. Always has neat book work which shows respect and high regard for her own work.

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Just wanted to know if any of these sound familiar in-terms of your own report card comments. Thanks:) 10 comments. share. save. hide. report. 100% Upvoted. This thread is archived . New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Sort by: best. level 1 · 2 yr. ago. It’s so cliche you almost want to go back in time and ask ‘da fuck you think was going on people? But …

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The Daily Report Card for Better Classroom Behavior This home-school communication tool targets problem behaviors in the classroom. Adapt this form (or print as is) and ask your teacher to use it on a daily basis to monitor progress. TOOL 8 How Do We Know the Treatment Is Working? A School Tracking Sheet Use this weekly log with your child’s teacher …

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Report cards can cause a lot of emotional pain for kids with ADHD. It’s real and it hurts and you can help. It didn’t matter if it was first grade or senior year, I could guarantee on every report card it would be the same comments as follows: Jeff needs to focus during instruction time and use class time wisely to be more productive.

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Along with these report card comments for struggling students you will find report card comments for weak students that focus on offering solutions in those areas that need improvement. Tweak these report card comments for weak students to make them your own or use verbatim. Related: See more report card comments for students below grade level.

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Report Card Comments for Distance Learning. CREATED BY: Stephen Solomon. A selection of report card comments specifically suitable for appraising aspects of student performance during distance learning related to pandemic school closures. Ensure that the challenges your students overcame during remote learning are recognized and celebrated!

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Positive Report Card Comments for Behavior. Utilize these report card comments for behavior to note student strengths. Works well independently. ______follows instructions the first time they are given. ______is very capable, and getting her to focus will help to improve her work in ( insert subject area ). ______ is always prepared for class.

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Report Card Comments & Phrases—Personality & Attitude. CREATED BY: Julie Mason. These comments and phrases are appropriate for all students across grade levels and are a great time-saver while doing report cards. They are also a great resource to prepare for parent-teacher conferences. Looking for report card comments for kindergarten?

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50 "Needs Improvement" Report Card Comments Having a tough time finding the right words to come up with "areas for improvement" comments on your students' report cards? Check out our helpful suggestions to find just the right one! The following statements will help you tailor your comments to specific children and highlight their areas for improvement. Be sure to check out …

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The report card comments should reflect the child’s achievement relative to the outcomes. Teachers should avoid a reiteration of the outcomes taught during the reporting period, but rather focus on the child’s experience with them. Creating Strong Report Card Comments Knowing the Targets Some teachers find it useful to use a process like this: (Grade 3 example) For an A : …

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Elementary Behavioral Report Card Comments. 2. She/he uses his/her time constructively by reading or helping others whenever there is down time. 3. _____ is an exceptional listener. It's great having him/her in my class! 4. She/he is a real social butterfly. The children have really taken to him/her even though he/she just transitioned into our homeroom class. 5. I find that …

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Typical report card comments Review School accommodations Homework tips Consequences of ADHD Medications Benefits of ADHD. Typical Report Card Comments Kindergarten Times when he is inclined to be too noisy, especially during free time. Grade 2 Well behaved though he does at times talk and disturb those near him. Grade 4 Worked well over the past year, despite …

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Student Strengths/Successes 1. Listens and follows directions well 2. Expresses ideas clearly 3. Does neat, thorough work 4. Seeks information independently 5. Completes activities in a timely manner 6. Occupies his/her time constructively 7. Communicates well with students and teacher 8.

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Use the daily report card to document challenges, measure important improvements, and improve classroom behaviors such as following classroom rules and building peer relationships. Each day, the teacher grades your child’s efforts toward meeting her goals, and you give a reward at home for positive performance. Download and adapt this free sample …

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How to use a daily report card to improve ADHD behavior??

How to Use a Daily Report Card to Improve a Child's ADHD Behavior 1 Identify Target Goals. Step one in setting up a daily report card involves clearly... 2 Generate List of Rewards. Decide where rewards will be provided—either at home or at school. 3 Identify Criteria for Earning Rewards. 4 Monitor and Track Progress. Once the...

How do you write a comment on a Kindergarten report card??

Here are tips for new teachers or veteran teachers to use when writing kindergarten report card comments: Always include a student name. This shows specific student progress. Start with a positive note. Leave a very specific comment that highlights the great work done and positive qualities.

How should I comment on my students'report cards??

While every report card comment is ultimately about your student, think of your students’ parents or guardians as much as possible and offer suggestions for their participation. In fact, if you can, keep parents up to date on an ongoing basis. This will help ensure they don't get caught off guard by any of your comments.

Do You need Your Childhood school report cards for adult ADHD??

When undergoing a professional evaluation for Adult ADHD, you might be asked if you had ADHD-related challenges as a child. Sometimes a parent isn’t available—or isn’t an entirely accurate reporter. If you are still hanging on to your childhood school report cards, they might come in handy.

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