Thursday, July 25, 2013

Show Me the Data Linky!

I love linkies!  Today I'm linking up with Jenn over at Crazy Speech World who is hosting an all things  DATA collection party!

Now, if you follow my blog you might remember THIS POST from last week on the forms I use when collecting data and why data is so important.  Be sure and check it out to find out how you can grab a few free forms!  :)

In my district, one of the mandatory components of the evaluation process is RtI.  The data I keep for these kiddos has to be specific and organized.  Sooo this group gets their very own data binder!

Here's a closer look at the inside tabs:

The tabs read: Attendance, Progress Monitoring, Student Assessments, Blank Language Assessments, and Blank Articulation Assessments.

Behind the Blank Language Assessments tab are all of my Common Core-based RtI Language Assessments separated by grade.  {Be on the lookout for the 3rd-5th grade version of this soon!}

These are the attendance sheets I use.  I like that everything is in one place, so that I know exactly where to look if I need information.  You can grab it HERE.

Behind the progress monitoring tab, I keep all of the students PM sheets plus a data chart for each.  I like to use a data chart when explaining the info to parents.  I find that it's a great visual for them to see exactly how their child is progressing through the intervention process.

You can grab this data chart for free HERE!

Be sure and check out other fun data posts over at Crazy Speech World!  How do you collect data?


  1. So glad you did this post for RtI specific data collection! Thanks for linking up :)



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