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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Data Collection for the New Year!

Happy 2014! 

With the ringing in of the New Year comes the re-committment to do our best in many areas of our lives.  I'm working harder to keep my data current and organized and wanted to give you all a sneak peak at my data binder in hopes that it may help you in this area of your profession. 


The free Speech Data Organization Kit from Speechy Musings is what I use for not only my data collection binders but also for my IEPs, work samples, and schedule binders.  I love the design and it matches my office (what-isn't that important?). 

As you'll see in picture two, I have my binder organized in order of grade and with student initials.  I love my label maker!

 Click on any of the photos to take you to the purchase site.  Most are free resources. 



 For easy reference, I have copied all of the Common Core Standards that overtly relate to my grade levels and areas in which I serve kids.  I also have included, for easy access,  my Studient Directed Rubrics.  These are my primary progress monitoring tool for this area of language therapy.  



Under each student tab you'll find an attendance log.  I found this freebie on TPT and really like the reasons for absence coding system.  The speech running record form is an easy way to track Quick Artic students.  For this I have an individual tab. 
I've recently developed an updated daily charting sheet. 
 (click either picture to download)   


There you have it!  Data tracking made a little easier. 

Thanks for checking this post out!   Keep an eye out for a new product I have in the works which will provide set data points and work samples for student goals.  








2 comments:

  1. I like the idea of having the IEP and eval. due dates on the data sheet. I think I will add that to mine in the future. I have a separate excel sheet with all that info, but consolidation makes sense. Any good races in VT coming up?

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  2. Thanks! Hmm, depends what you run. My husband is training for the Shires marathon and the 1/2 Maple Leaf is a hilly good one.

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