Student Self-Evaluation Form
Here's a self-evaluation form designed to get pupils thinking about their behaviors, both the positive and the negative.
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- Have individuals complete the form prior to a DATA/BIT team meeting
- Use the form to open a discussion of why certain behaviors are inappropriate
- Although designed for learners enrolled in special education classes, the self-evaluation form could be used with any learner
- The form could be used as a reflective tool that helps kids evaluate their own strengths and weaknesses
- No context is provided for the survey
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