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Advice about measuring and monitoring progress in behaviour!

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by depBAPS, Jun 19, 2016.

  1. depBAPS

    depBAPS New commenter

    Hello all, I'm trying to find a resource that can be used to assess, track progress and set targets for primary children with emotional, social and behavioural needs - similar to the Wakefield Progression Steps scale? It's a long shot I know, with something so very hard to quantify, but I felt it was worth a go asking!

    Happy Sunday to you!
  2. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    I may be able to help . I genuinely think that it is better to write your own statements and success criteria - there can't be that many students to accommodate surely ? Important that you can evidence progress towards their targets- the process ( which the students must buy into ) just as important as the end result . I have written targets , strategies and impact criteria for students manifesting with BESD / BEMH . Conversation me and I can send you them .

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