Narrative Reports provide students and parents a comprehensive picture of performance of concepts, skills, and meaningful activities over time.
As teachers prepare to write each child’s narrative report, student abilities are assessed and reported against developmentally appropriate standards for different age groups. Students are given formal reading and math inventories to measure specific basic skills. Teachers use these assessments, along with anecdotal notes taken throughout the school year, to record skills and concept development, and to write a detailed narrative report about each individual student.
The narrative report contains concept and skill development checklists as well as anecdotal observations, and serves as a basis for parent-teacher discussion. Anyone reading a High Meadows narrative report should be able to gain an accurate picture of the child’s current skill levels, opportunities for development, and personal learning style.
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