34-page ebooklet is a collection of forms to photocopy that are very useful to
teachers. In the first part of the booklet Linda explains how to use
each form and provides some background information about them. In the
second part are the forms themselves, ready to be photocopied.
published her book Evaluation: A Team Effort. It was a best seller in
Canada and the U.S, where over 24,000 copies were sold. This booklet is
based on the book, which is now out of print. The original forms have been
updated and new ones have been added in this publication.
developed the four Forms for Teachers to help her organize her notes
about her students so that she would have them at hand for report card
writing or conferring with parents. Many primary and intermediate
teachers in her school and in other schools use them.
six Forms for Students help children learn to access their own progress
in the different academic and social areas. They love to complete the
forms, and using them helps them start on the path to being more aware
of and increasingly responsible for their own learning and behavior.
They make a good addition to the report card package, for parents love
to discuss them with their children. The Lily Pad Report is especially
popular! These are geared for primary students, but they can be adapted
by teachers of older children.
in the booklet are two Forms for Parents. One is designed to collect
information about children and families that will help teachers come to
know their students better, and the other provides a way to record what
decisions have been made at a conference.
also describes the way Student-Led Parent Conferences work at her
school and illustrates two possible forms teachers can use to develop
their own forms to use in their conferences or perhaps at a special
family evening in the classroom.