I'm starting a new thread on this just in case others are in the same place.
I received the packet of stuff I'm supposed to fill out and send back in before 8-year-old dd's initial eval. (In late December. <sigh>) They want to know how she's doing in various school subjects compared to her grade. How do I judge that?
We work on all the subjects that they ask about, so that part is fine. However, I don't have a standard of comparison for her; her sisters were beyond where she is now when they were her age, but they're not "average." My sense is that she's at or near grade level in everything but handwriting stamina - because she has continual and generally intense one-on-one support and review, etc, in her hs experience. If she didn't have it, I'm dead certain she wouldn't be where she is in spite of the fact that (I think) she's 2e.
Do I try to explain this in the margin of the paperwork?
Do I try to research and compare her to some internet-discovered grade norm?
Do I note down my sense of where she is due to my personal expectations for subjects and abilities?
For those of you who have BTDT, what should I do?
Edited by Mama Anna, 14 February 2018 - 09:35 AM.