A Compilation: Report Card Comments Bank For Teachers
Stumped by what to say and tired of writing the same things over and over again while writing report card comments?
As every teacher knows, report card comments are a critical part to each student’s evaluation and assessment—and no one knows your students better than you. I have gathered hundreds of report card comments, phrases, and ideas for teachers to better evaluate student progress, communicate more effectively, and work more efficiently.
The Report Card Comments Bank for Teachers will help you:
1. Save time and speed up your report card process
2. Address any grade and subject with easily adaptable phrases
3. Cover important areas such as: work habits, citizenship, reading, and attitude.
There is also a selection of report card comments focused on aspects of student performance during distance learning related to pandemic school closures, including work habits, behavior, and success at transitioning to remote learning.
Writing unique and insightful report card comments for every student can feel overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. We all want our comments to be a meaningful and accurate summary of your students progress. With a little pre-planning you can set yourself up for record-card-comment-success.
Remember that with a little planning and lots of reflection, your input will provide the valuable professional insight that will only benefit your students in the long run.
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Posted on July 24, 2020, in Chalkboard and tagged African teachers, distance learning, Great Teacher, Report Card Comments, Teacher Dumebi, Teacher Ezar, Teachpreneur, virtual learning. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.