Student data tracking
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Guided Reading Student Data Organization
Learn how to use data notebooks in the classroom, set up student-teach conferences, and goal set with your elementary students.
Jada White saved to Teacher stuff
Tracking data in your literacy intervention for IEPs, RTI, or general goals can be easy! Check out this easy to implement data tracking system.
Looking for a way to track student data but you don't have wall space or worried about confidentiality? Here is a way to organize that information for you. This file is formatted for Google Slides. After purchase, download the file and click on the link to access the file. You will be prompted to MAKE A COPY of the file. This makes sure the file is in your own Google Drive. Since the file is in Google Drive, you can access it from any location if you have wifi. 10 Layout OPTIONS: 1. 4…
Christina Hamilton saved to Educational Leadership
Student data tracking is becoming a more important part of the classroom. Use this free collection of binder pages to make data easier to manage.
Kimi Green saved to RTI
Goal setting is a great way to build student leadership. Learn more about student data notebooks, goal setting, & data tracking.
Amber Hadley saved to Classroom setup
Progress monitoring is overwhelming. Trust me. I know. It is one of the hardest things about being a special education teacher. It’s also the most essential. So, how can we make progress monitoring easier and save time? I think that using goal graphs make progress monitoring easy and can make our lives as special education teachers EASIER! How to Use Graphs to Make Progress Monitoring EASY: Option 1: The Progress Monitoring Binder Inside my progress monitoring binder, I have tab for each…
Data Charting- the easiest way I've found to comb through data in a powerful and meaningful way. After completing a cycle with this process, I have goals, assessments, and lesson plans for meeting the needs of all my learners. No more wasting time with un
Melissa Van Ittersum saved to Data notebooks
One of the best ways to group students for reteach and enrich is by collecting data on formative assessments throughout the week. I created this free
Donna Christy saved to Classroom management
Here's a quick and easy tool you can use to facilitate your data tracking of student growth and progress monitoring of individual skills and standards! This pack includes six form options (three whole class and three individual student) for tracking pre- and post-assessment data on your choice of skills, standards, units, or writing pieces. The applications for use can include: -Tracking student growth for teacher evaluation systems based on Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching (or…
Brandy Shoemaker saved to All Things Teaching