The Phenomenal Student: Attendance

Increasing Student Attendance will result in better performance.

It goes without saying that attending school is important for a scholar’s development. Research suggest that low attendance adversely effects a child’s trajectory. On the flip side, good attendance has positive effects on student performance.

So, it makes sense that it’s incorporated into The Phenomenal Student metric.

I kept the rating simple. If a child misses a certain amount of days, they get the appropriate rating. (For example, kids who miss 3-4 days get a 9 rating.)

The complete Attendance rubric.

Tomorrow: The Phenomenal Student(Parental Involvement)

Jeremiah Short, Influencer/Teacher

Published by Jeremiah Short

My name is Jeremiah Short, and I'm a educator with six years of experience. I love to teach and the overall craft of the profession. I've written one book on my journey(As I Took My Walk With God Volume I: I Stopped Wasting God's Time) with a second one way (As I Took My Walk With God Volume II: Greatness Was Upon Them). In addition to writing books, I've created several instructional routines: Word Power, T.I.D.E., Bloom's Units: Reading and The Phenomenal Classroom.

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