This is a great way to track your math data for the entire year for every student in your classroom, general education or special education. As a special education teacher I use it just for the students I work with in 2nd Grade Math Inclusion.
After any formative or summative, informal or formal assessment, you can find the percent accuracy and think about the level of prompting the student received (see level of Promoting Levels). Put that data into the section for the particular standard/s that was addressed by the assessment. This allows you to see not just how each student is doing in math but how they are progressing and how much support they need for each standard. This allows you to understand and address each student’s strengths and weaknesses.
I suggest having a folder for each student that you want to track data for. Make copies of all data sheets (2 sided copies) and put into the folder. Store the assessments/work samples in their folder with the data sheets. When it is time for grades, parent teacher conferences, meetings about students of concern, IEP meetings, etc. you can grab your folder you are ready!
You can also keep the graph (end of packet) as the front page of each student’s data sheets. You can bar graph for percent accuracy, mark the level of prompting at the top, and put the date and the standard/s at the bottom. This will give you a quick glance of all the data you have in the packet!
Is your administration after you for DATA DATA DATA!? Bring these data sheets with graphs into a meeting and you will be sure to impress!
Each data sheets includes the full common core standard so you can use it as a reference for yourself as well!