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Written by Susan Milliones on March 18, 2021

Encourage Empathy

How to Write Impact Statements Quicker, Clearer, Better

In this post you will learn how to write quicker, clearer, better impact statements. First, you will learn how to determine the content areas impacted. Second, you will learn to use evaluations and observations to describe why the student struggles in the general curriculum. Third, you will put it together in an impact statement that makes sense. Finally, you will learn what NOT to write in the impact statement. There are examples from Dot It at the end of the presentation.

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