Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Class Data Bulletin Board

Hello! Well,  I know it's the end of the year but I finally took my data forms and made a "data wall". This is only my first version and I am already planning what next year's wall will look like. Each of my student's has an IEP and per my principal they all have behavior plans ( even though I don't really think they all need one). So.....having 8 clip boards with data sheets is just NOT practical. I use my IEP Complete Binder Kit for Goals & Benchmark data but I decided to make this wall so that even my SPTA's ( paraprofessionals) will be able to jot down behavioral data. I put each of their pictures on their as well as their names and then a few different types of functional data sheets in each file for easy access. Some require data to be taken daily while others only once a week. Either way it's hard to miss and keeps me on track with data. I think next year I will also add copies of goals and benchmarks in here so that if anyone else is in my room they can quickly see what my students levels are and possibly work on their goals with them. Anyway, this is my first attempt at a behavioral data wall and I'de love to see what others have put together. Have a great week! 


The names and faces were blurred or blacked out for confidentiality.

10 comments:

  1. Love finding a new SPED blogger!

    I am also a special ed teacher! (and your newest follower)



    Ms. Rachel
    Ms. Rachel’s Room

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  2. Well believe it or not you are on the TOP of the blogs I follow I don't even remember how I found you but probably when I was searching for special ed blogs! Yeah! Thanks for stopping by. I'm super new (to blogging) and I am very happy to be able to share ideas and communicate with fellow sped teachers! :-)

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  3. Love the data idea. It seems we keep getting more and more paperwork every day, and this looks like a great way to keep organized!

    Just found your blog though the TpT Forum! I am now following you and would love for you to drop by my blog when you get a chance!
    Patti :)
    A Series of 3rd Grade Events

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    1. Oops typo. Should be "through" the forum.

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  4. I love finding strategies for organization in classrooms, and particularly for data collection. Off to post this link it on Facebook to share!

    Chris
    Autism Classroom News

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    1. Thanks Christine! It's a work in progress. :-)

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  5. I LOVE your wall! What a fabulous idea. It looks great and everything would be in one place.

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  6. Thanks! Yes, I used to have clip boards which was a nightmare. Now it's super accessible.

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  7. Would love to see pictures of sheets inside the folders

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    1. Inside each folder is either a discrete trail behavior log or a frequency log. There are blank copies and then I just write in the behaviors that I am tracking and log it as needed. If you leave your email I can probably email you some blank forms.

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