How often do you get asked about something that happened weeks or months ago about a child? This happens all the time to me. I decided it was time to do something about it and create a printable that would make it easy for me to document incidents for each child.
The best thing about these is that they are easy to fill out. Just write up what happened in the middle section, then check off your action taken on the right. Like I said before, they can be used to record anything. I like to document good things too and call home.
Parents love getting positive phone calls :-)
This one printable has saved my bacon this year! I have a fun bunch this year, but let's just say that this class keeps me on my toes ;-) I'm thankful that I decided to keep these logs the entire year. I ended up needing them for some extremely important meetings for four different children. There was no way I would have been able to remember all the details of all the incidents and the action I took to resolve the issue. There was no worrying at all for me! I had the date of the incident, a description, and the action I took, right on one sheet in chronological order! If there was one form I would encourage anyone to use, it's this one right here.
This one also came in handy when filling out child study paperwork to refer children for testing. I needed exact dates of when I spoke with parents about their child being behind. No worries, it was all on these sheets!
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