Documenting Student Growth in Inclusive Dual Enrollment Experiences
This Grab and Go Practices #5 explains why and how to document student skill acquisition and development in the transition process. When transition-age students participate in an inclusive dual enrollment college program, they have built-in opportunities to increase and improve numerous foundation skills. These changes in personal growth are often noted by family, friends, and support personnel, but they are rarely quantified. The Inclusive Dual Enrollment (IDE) Student Evaluation Tool has been developed to help staff document student progress on the numerous skills learned while on a college campus. It provides evidence of student growth over time when taking part in a full college experience.
Boyle, A., (2018). Documenting Student Growth in Inclusive Dual Enrollment Experiences, Think College Grab and Go Practices, Number 5. Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston.