Efficient and easy to use data sheets are the key actually taking data in your classroom. My first year teaching, my district gave a me a general “one size fits all goals” data sheet to use. I literally had no clue how to use it. I learned quickly that one size fits all meant taking a crap ton of extra notes, adding columns, and reworking the whole sheet. I tried to take data but after I did – I could barely make sense of what I had written down. The data made no sense to me and had no value to me. It was also a pain in the butt to take. You can guess how long I kept trying to take data for…
When you have data sheets that are straightforward, simple, and easy to use you will be one billion times more likely to actually collect data. True stat. One of my most popular resources got a major face-lift and upgrade last spring and I have been loving these sheets. I keep a binder of all masters to all my data sheets so whenever I have a new client or new goals – I can quickly find and copy the right sheet. These sheets all come with an editable version so you can customize to meet your students’ needs! These Special Education Data sheets includes a range of 25 different editable data sheets for everything from IEP goals to collaboration to behavior data. Let’s take a peek to see everything that’s included. 🙂
Vocabulary Data Sheet: work on expressive or receptive language building and target specific words/concepts
ABC Data Sheets: make taking ABC data easier through a range of options
Discrete Trial Data: with 10 trials built right in to make figuring out that percentage 100% easier (pun intended!)
Weekly Data Sheet: all goals on one page; that’s basically heaven
Bus Behavior Data Sheets: because the hardest time of the day can be during this transition
Independent Work: there are loads of options for tracking prompts and accuracy of independently completed tasks
Fluency Data Sheet: use with one student, multiple students, or have several goals on one page
Baseline Assessment: track where you are starting for a wide range of skills
Picture Schedule Data: independent functioning IEP goal regarding schedule use? This is the only data sheet I have found to be efficient in this area!
There are a bunch of other options included in this set. My favorite part: everything is editable!
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