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51 Examples of Student Performance

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Student performance is the extent to which a student meets academic goals and expectations. This is captured by numerical scores such as grades and textual descriptions of performance by teachers. Performance can include behavior, knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge. It also includes the talents that a student demonstrates in diverse areas from analysis to creative expression to athletics. The following are common examples of student performance.
Analytical skills
Artistic talents
Athletic performance
Attendance and punctuality
Attention
Class behavior
Class participation
Communication skills
Comprehension
Cooperation, collaboration and teamwork
Creative expression
Critical thinking skills
Determination
Digital literacy
Diligence
Empathy and compassion
Essay writing
Ethical conduct and behavior
Global awareness
Goal-setting
Growth, improvement and progress
Homework completion
Independence
Independent thinking
Initiative
Insights
Knowledge
Language skills
Mastery
Mathematical skills
Media literacy
Meeting deadlines
Note-taking skills
Organization skills
Performing arts talents
Politeness and courtesy
Presentation skills
Problem-solving ability
Reading comprehension
Reasoning
Research skills
Respect and kindness
Scientific literacy
Self-awareness
Sportsmanship
Stick-to-itiveness
Study habits
Talents
Test and exam scores
Understanding
Writing proficiency

Guidelines

The following are basic guidelines for describing student performance.
Performance is described in terms of competencies.
Low performance is described in a matter of fact way without being negative.
Specific examples of what the student did are given such as "actively offered ideas to class discussions."
Effort is made to look for the potential in low performing students such as "appears to understand materials well but doesn't focus to complete in-class activities."
Positive character traits such as artistic talent can be mentioned.
Low performance can be stated directly without examples such as "disruptive in class."
Tone and voice demonstrate that you are on every student's side and want to help them improve and realize talents.
Descriptions of high performance often explain the unique contributions and presence of a student.
Performance descriptions are consistent with grades.
Performance descriptions are consistent with curriculum and communicated program objectives and learning outcomes.

Overview

Student performance can include a broad range of factors but is often evaluated on a single standardized test or set of tests.

Student Performance

This is the complete list of articles we have written about student performance.
Analytical Skills
Determination
Digital Literacy
Diligence
Education
Goal Setting
Heliotropic Effect
Independence
Initiative
Knowledge
Language Skills
Mastery
Media Literacy
Reasoning
Research Skills
Student Attitudes
Student Data
Student Performance
Study Habits
Talents
Understanding
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References

Wiggins, Grant P. Assessing student performance: Exploring the purpose and limits of testing. Jossey-Bass, 1993.