How are children evaluated?
When working with aids, children discover the error themselves – the control is often built into them. Children constantly receive feedback from teachers and other children. They write diaries in which they learn to describe their progress. Teachers also record how and what the child learns.
Teachers have an overview of the students progress from year to year and they know what each child has learned and what they have mastered. Parents can track their child’s progress at any time. Students themselves present their work to parents and other interested parties. In addition, they will receive a semi-final and final verbal assessment that describes what they have done. Twice a year we will also meet for a one on one conference to discuss your child’s progress. This is to help the child formulate what he/she can do and what else to expect.