Monday, July 9, 2012

Daily Reports Improve Productivity

A recent study indicated that providing students with daily report cards on their progress was beneficial.  Sixty three elementary students, mostly white male with ADHD, received daily reports and a control group did not receive daily reports.  Significant improvements where seen in productivity and following the classroom rules in the group that received the daily reports.

Check out our newly published School and Home Communication Forms to get a simple daily form (plus 20 more forms) that you can even edit if necessary.   

Reference:  Shah, Nirva. Study: 'Daily Report Cards' Improve Behavior of Students With ADHD. Retrieved from Education Week on 7/9/2012 at

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