How might we use the Feedback Triangle in other ways (besides completing classroom work) to communicate and build trust between parents, teachers, and students?
From the Mill Valley Middle School website:
"The Weekly Audit is designed to assist students, parents, and teachers when a student struggles with homework completion. Students can be placed on the Weekly Audit when they begin to show a pattern of missed or incomplete assignments. Counselors, teachers, or other support staff can initiate the audit. The audit is a great way to ensure that students have a face-to-face meeting with their teachers, once a week, to discuss missing assignments and the student’s progress in class. The audit can be done in all academic classes or just the ones that are proving to be more of a struggle for the student to complete assignments. The Weekly Audit is intended to be a temporary intervention. If grades improve, or the audit is not proving helpful, it will be discontinued."