I’m excited about this one because I have a secret job promoting apple products. Okay no I don’t but sometimes I feel like I do because I’m so obsessed. Beyond obsessed. On a regular basis in tucked in med spooning my apple trifecta (macbook, iPad, and iPhone). My best and biggest technology tip is not surprisingly related to one of these loves: the Numbers app for the iPad. Numbers is essentially excel for mac products. I use numbers to track all IEP goal data and behavioral data for all my students. The beauty of having this on an iPad is you can bring it around to each station to update your date – instead of dragging every data binder and clipboard over to the computer!
Numbers is SUPER easy to use! Have I sold you yet? Data and easy aren’t always in the same sentence so listen up! And you will have some very impressed parents and therapist when you whip this puppy out at an IEP.
Then I have a tab for each subject area or behavior.
You can include phase change lines and color coded dates. This will help you be able to understand if your interventions are effective!
You can include multiple graphs on one page. On this language arts page, I have data from Dolch primer, Dolch first grade, and a functional word set.
I also use Numbers for helping to identify the function of a behavior. After I take ABC data on a behavior, you can calculate the percentage of time the behavior is occurring in each area of the school day.
Here is how easy and quick it is to set up a new graph:
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