1. Student’s ability to complete assignments.
Teachers should record whether the student submitted their work if it was complete, and how long it took them to do it.
2. Level of engagement in class activities.
The teacher should record how often the student participates in class discussions, ask questions or contribute to activities.
3. Ability to understand and retain new material.
The teacher should note how the student responds to new material, their ability to comprehend and remember it, and any questions they ask that indicate understanding.
4. Attitude towards learning and cooperation with peers.
The teacher should record any positive or negative behaviors they observe, such as participation in group activities, collaboration with other students, and attitude toward learning.
5. Interactions with other students and teachers.
The teacher should record whether the student is interacting positively or negatively with peers or teachers, and any relevant comments they may make.
6. Commitment to completing work on time.
Teachers should record whether the student's complete work on time and any patterns they may observe in their behavior.
7. Progression through the course curriculum.
The teacher should track the student’s progression through the course curriculum, noting any areas they may be struggling with or excelling in.
8. Participation in extra-curricular activities or clubs.
The teacher should note any extra-curricular activities or clubs the student participates in, and how they are performing in them.
9. Attention span during class lectures or discussions.
The teacher should record how focused the student is during class lectures or discussions, and whether they appear to be paying attention or distracted.
10. Time management skills for studying independently.
The teacher should note how well the student is able to manage their time for independent study and any patterns of behavior that indicate good or poor time management skills.