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TimestampUsernameIEP GoalTask / Work ProductAssessment / Score
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1/16/2014 12:02:15cthompson@scienceleadership.orgMath Goal 1: Given a standards-based math probe, Sample will choose and apply various problem-solving strate- gies to model and solve a wide variety of problems with standards average at 75% by 04/04/2014.7 standards = 7 trials for q266%
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1/16/2014 20:26:04gsherif@scienceleadership.orgLiteracy Goal 1: Given a prompt after reading a text from across the curriculum, Sample will demonstrate compre- hension by successfully analyzing the text either orally and/or in writing with average rubric score at 75% by 04/04/2014.Sample has had mixed success with the recent evolution project. Accommodations included the provision of a student guide, visual aids and a sample portfolio. Assignments were broken down into their smaller components. Sample stated that he understood the project, but classroom observations and dialogue suggest that he is not as clear as he says he is.

For example, although we reviewed homologies and fossils, Sample had a difficult time researching and peer-editing classmate's research on the applicable species.
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1/29/2014 14:20:14mbey@scienceleadership.orgBehavior Goal 1: Given support and assistance from autistic support teacher, Sample will increase study skills - in- cluding time-management, organization, collaboration, and self-advocacy with observable trials at 75% by 04/04/2014.He needs to advocate and participate more in class. There are times when I check in with him and he is working on something completely different.65
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2/10/2014 8:24:50sdunda@scienceleadership.orgBehavior Goal 1: Given support and assistance from autistic support teacher, Sample will increase study skills - in- cluding time-management, organization, collaboration, and self-advocacy with observable trials at 75% by 04/04/2014.Sample advocated for himself via email, chat and in person to ask to be able to take a music class over his lunch break. 100%
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2/10/2014 22:26:50mkay@scienceleadership.orgLiteracy Goal 1: Given a prompt after reading a text from across the curriculum, Sample will demonstrate compre- hension by successfully analyzing the text either orally and/or in writing with average rubric score at 75% by 04/04/2014.Sample handed in his benchmark, and it showed good imagination.80
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3/22/2014 19:25:37cthompson@scienceleadership.orgMath Goal 1: Given a standards-based math probe, Sample will choose and apply various problem-solving strate- gies to model and solve a wide variety of problems with standards average at 75% by 04/04/2014.11 standards in 3rd quarter73%
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3/22/2014 19:25:59cthompson@scienceleadership.orgBehavior Goal 1: Given support and assistance from autistic support teacher, Sample will increase study skills - in- cluding time-management, organization, collaboration, and self-advocacy with observable trials at 75% by 04/04/2014.Sample is still working on using class time effectively and more importantly asking questions in class60%
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4/15/2014 9:11:20gsherif@scienceleadership.orgLiteracy Goal 1: Given a standards-based math probe, Sample will choose and apply various problem-solving strate- gies to model and solve a wide variety of problems with standards average at 80% by 04/10/2015.Science Fair Project - organization of lab data: Sample successfully organized his numerical data into a data chart. He then successfully describe the mathematical trends as well as the qualitative data. The information was accurate and well organized.80%
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4/29/2014 18:59:29jblock@scienceleadership.orgLiteracy Goal 1: Given a prompt after reading a text from across the curriculum, Sample will demonstrate compre- hension by successfully analyzing the text either orally and/or in writing with average rubric score at 85% by 04/10/2015.Revolution Guidebook Benchmark65
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