UNPACKING CICO DAILY PROGRESS REPORTS
TOPIC IN ACTION
Pause & Reflect #1
- What are your school’s expectations that will be reflected on your Daily Progress Report?
- What might be advantages to listing only the expectations on a DPR?
- What might be advantages to listing a targeted behavior for each expectation?
Pause & Reflect #2
- Which 3 point scale will you use – 1-3 or 0-2?
- How will you reach agreement with your staff what each rating will represent?
- Will you include a section for positive comments?
Pause & Reflect #3
- Considering the context of your school, how many rating periods will be included on your DPR?
- Will you include a place for teacher initials?
Pause & Reflect #4
- How often will you communicate with parents – daily or weekly?
- Will you send home a summary or the Daily Progress Report?
Pause & Reflect #5
Refer to the Check-In, Check-Out Intervention Development Checklist and the Daily Progress Report Examples document to plan your next steps in order to complete your draft Daily Progress Report.
TOPIC IN PRACTICE
Pretend that you are a team describing the Daily Progress Report to your staff. One teacher says that she has used a daily report for years and doesn’t see why she would need anything different for Check-In, Check-Out. She pulls out a copy of a student’s behavior report for that day. Compare Ernie’s report in the video to the features of a Daily Progress Report.
What would be your response to this teacher?