Why Keep Data? created by The Special Education Station. This guide will… * define different types of data. * give you ideas on how to collect data in your classroom. * give you data sheets you can use right now and customize. * show several different ways to collect data to fit your schedule. - See more at: http://autismeducators.com
Data Sheet Template to Track Progress Toward IEP Goals from Special Education Meets General Education on TeachersNotebook.com - (1 page) - Do you need a simple, manageable format for collecting data about students' progress toward IEP goals? This compact data collection template allows you to quickly input students' goals and print out easy-to-complete data collection pages for you
The Time-on-Task Chart I Can't Live Without! This Time-On-Task Chart is one of my top tools as it has enabled me to gather valuable data about student performance in both general education and special education settings. It measures behavior in 30 second intervals and tracks specific off task behaviors so teachers can easily see patterns in behavior in as little as 10 minutes.
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Data Collection for Monitoring Individual Education Plan Success
Fun idea when you have a sub: don't tell the kids where you are and then have them write about where they think you are/what they think happened to you.-----Oh, my gosh these are so cute!!! I subbed in a classroom today, where the teacher did this. I read the story "Miss Nelson is Missing" first. They were adorable!!! I can't wait for Mrs. Victory to see what are sweet students did. :)