This section will be about Standards Based Student Progress Report, which is designed to document and provide specific feedback for the learners, I have taught in persons since 2007 till now, regarding their progress toward specific grade-level standards and social-emotional growth.
Of all the resources we publish on The Learning Network, perhaps it’s our collection of writing prompts that is our most widely used resource for teaching and learning within intern and institutions only.
I’ve published iterations of this post in the past — but never before have we gathered all our prompts, for both personal and argument writing, into one categorized list.
Admittedly, the list is huge. In fact, there are thousands of questions below on everything from learning and socially to an application and guiding and each prompt links to the courses as well as to additional subquestions that can encourage deeper thinking.
To help you navigate this page, here’s an index of topics:
English Center: Music • Television • Video Games • Movies & Theater • Books & Reading • Writing • The Arts • Language & Speech
International Chess: Critical Thinking • Deep Analysis • Organizing
Mathematics: Algebra • Calculus • Statistics • Real Analysis
General Science: Earth Science • Life Science • Physical Science • Survival Skills
Physics: Mechanics • Electricity and Magnetism • Heat and Temperature • Sounds and Waves • Light and Optics • Astronomy • Relativity
Chemistry: General idea and rules
Social Studies: Philosophical thinking and concept
Humanities: Applied Philosophical idea
General History: General idea and rules
General Technology: ICT (Hardware - Software - Network) • Computer Science (Languages of Computer) • Technology
Mechatronics: graduate students engineering level
The Profile and Works: School • Learning & Studying • Education Tech • Teachers & Grading • School Rules & Student Life • College • Work & Careers
The Results: Grading
FYI: This section indeed a private and confidential, therefore if you are one of my students or educational institutions (universities, schools, foundations, etc) I have taught, and your name not in this list, please feel free to let me know, in which year and what courses.