Great product and I can't wait to start using it in my room!
March 4, 2013
I know these types of forms take a long time to create. I like that you can change it. I'm still struggling with something easier for teachers to track, especially for elementary school.
November 9, 2012
Unfortunately, I was rather disappointed in the item for the price. There are not very many documents (5) and the way the documents are set up show that they are geared more toward elementary school rather than middle or high school.
I am sorry that you felt misled. The documents are not many, but do have a complexity that takes a long time to create and is completely changable for your own purposes. With your suggestion, I reduce the ages appropriate for elementary only. Thank you for your feedback.
There are instructions attached. However, the general idea is that each level of prompting has a number 1-5. When a child needs help remembering to raise his hand, you would rate him 4 if its a verbal prompt or 3 if it was modeled. When that data is entered in the data sheet on the computer. It will calculate the percentage that that prompting occurs for that skill and graph it. You can change any of the skills to match what you want to track. I like to track overall behavior in inclusion to see what I need to address.
I am a special education teacher in a K-2 self-contained Autism Spectrum classroom. I have been teaching for 8 years. My students tend to have learning disabilities or gifted abilities so I make my curriculum expand to accommodate all.