Having a separate data binder, clipboard, or area for data for each student is a great way to stay organized plus makes writing IEPs a bit quicker. It's perfect for one on one paraprofessionals & in-home therapists! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper
This free download contains pages for you to use a basic data folder in your classroom. This is perfect for empowering students to take an active role in their progress and for charting/documenting data for the RTI process. There are 10 page types: *cover *math fact graph *reading fluency graph *reading level graph *behavior calendar *spelling word graph *sight word graph *grammar skill graph (this matches my Grammar Snapshots!) *goal sheet for reading, math, and behavior *AR points Some…
16 Teacher Hacks for Making Data Collection a Piece of Cake
This a post about how a teacher organizes her data for her students. I think it would be easily transferrable to be used for an SLP. It would allow an SLP to have all data organized in a binder, making it easier to keep track of everything.