Task list that represents a paper process that teachers used to follow to plan standards-based goals for students
Written by Susan Milliones on March 7, 2021

Encourage Empathy

How to Write a Quicker, Clearer, Better Present Level

In this post, you will learn 4 simple steps to a quicker, clearer, better present level statement. First, learn how to write about who your student is. Second, use assessments to explain why she needs a plan.  Third, share information about how she is performing.  Fourth, describe her strengths and needs. You can use this post as a training presentation, share it with colleagues and friends, and download the slides by clicking the link at the bottom.

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