Your students’ progress can be demonstrated through keeping a portfolio of their work, maintaining journals and holding regular check‐ins with your students.
Keep a file - or portfolio - with samples of the work you have done together to keep a record of your students’ progress. This portfolio can also be used to determine what still needs to be done.
You may choose to keep a group portfolio or a portfolio with each of your students. Keep a variety of work that show different skills your students have learned:
Some students enjoy keeping a journal of their work with a tutor. Journals can include a description of
If you are working with more than one student, you may wish to keep a group journal or keep a journal for each student. Your students may initially ask you to write in it and they may write in it later or you may share the responsibility from the beginning. Use a method that is comfortable for everyone. Keep the journal in the portfolio.
Check in regularly with your students about how you work together. Review some of the things you have done together.