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PostSubject: How to Deal with Missing Assignments   1st December 2015, 10:07 pm

Middle school and high school students alike will many times do poorly in a course because they choose not to do the class work or home work. To get assignments and homework turned in, try these tips.

Tip Number 1 – Post Grades in Classroom
It sounds simple enough, but posting grades weekly allows students to see that they are indeed missing a few or many assignments. If using an electronic grade book, this is a very easy task. Some middle school and even high school students will complete the work and then forget to turn it in to the teacher.

tip Number 2 – Send Home Progress Reports at Midterm
At midterm, send home a progress reports to be signed by the parent. The progress report should list the grade, all the assignments and missing ones. If students do not bring back the report signed, then the teacher should call the parent.

Students immediately see their individual missing assignments. Also, this is a quick way to communicate with all of the parents. Many parents will write notes on the progress reports, call or email the teacher once the progress reports have been sent.

Tip Number 3 – Communicate with Parents
This tip probably goes without saying. However, in this busy world, it is difficult to find time to communicate with parents about missing assignments. Many parents do have email now, and it is my communication tool of choice.

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