Student Work Sample Requirements:
Your child’s learning can be presented in a variety of ways. Student work samples can take the form of photographs, worksheets, unit tests, audio/video recordings, anecdotal notes, written work, PowerPoint presentations, etc. OLTs also monitor your child’s learning by directly accessing their progress from the different online programs offered through EBUS.
Work samples from your child must be submitted on a regular, ongoing basis throughout each reporting period. As a minimum guideline, 2-3 work samples per subject area are expected to be submitted each month. This ensures that your OLT can provide quality feedback and properly assess your child’s continued progress.
Reporting and Feedback:
There are three main reporting periods for elementary students. Formal progress reports following Ministry guidelines are sent home electronically to families in November, March and June. These progress reports indicate what your child can do and what areas may require further support.
In addition to the three formal progress reports, teachers also provide regular feedback to students and parents specific to the work samples that have been submitted.