Four incredible products for one low price! These Excel sheets will generate great data charts for you to use at your meetings and monitor progress on your students. The bundle includes; (1) Behavior Intervention Plan Data kit- 1 goal, (2) Easy BIP Data Helper- Simple 0,1,2 Point System (3) Practical and Easy BIP (4) Easy FBA- Behavior Monitoring Data Helper
Behavior Intervention Plan Data kit- 1 Goal
The Behavior Intervention Plan data system can be used to monitor one behavioral goal for a student in up to seven classes, but can be used for fewer classes. It is a very simple system in which a student either reaches their goal and earns a "1" or does not reach their goal and earns a "0" during a given time frame or class. This system is easy to use and will make your life easier when monitoring a BIP or behavioral goal. You will have great data for your parent or IEP meetings!
Easy BIP Data Helper- Simple 0,1,2 Point System
The following Easy BIP data tool can be used to monitor one behavioral goal for a student on a 0,1,2 point system in up to seven classes (but can be used for fewer classes). A student earns a "0" when they do not perform well on their goal, a "1" when they did "OK, but could have done better", and a "2" when they perform well on their goal. This BIP monitoring system will make your life much easier when monitoring a BIP, since all graphs will be created simply by entering the data! This BIP monitoring tool is similar to the other BIP monitoring system for one goal, but in this system a child earns 0,1,or 2 points on their goal rather than just 0 (Did not make goal), or 1 (Reached their goal). Some teachers prefer to use this system, since they have more options and can rate a child a "1" when they could have performed better, but didn't necessarily deserve to earn a 0 for not reaching their goal. This system is extremely easy to use, and will provide great visuals and graphs for parents, staff members, and the student themselves when discussing performance on the behavioral goal. It will be very helpful when preparing for an IEP meeting or parent conference.
Practical and Easy BIP
The Practical and Easy BIP will save you a ton of time if you are preparing for an IEP meeting or a parent conference. It is Excel spreadsheet designed to be used to prepare for a meeting when you have a paper Behavior Intervention Plan monitoring sheet with one behavioral goal. Just enter the data in the spreadsheet and you will have a graph and visuals to use at your meeting. It can be used for all grade levels. . There are two paper monitoring sheets included as well (one for elementary, and one for middle and high-school). Many teachers prefer to use a 0, 1, 2 point system when monitoring a Behavior Plan. The student will earn "0" if they did not reach their goal, a "1" if they did "OK, but need improvement", and a "2" for reaching the goal. I think you will find Practical and Easy BIP very useful, and a huge time saver when preparing for a meeting to go over data from a behavior plan!
Easy FBA- Behavior Monitoring Data Helper
The FBA/ Behavior Monitoring Data Helper is extremely easy to use and will assist you when having to record disruptive classroom behaviors. You will find it very useful when completing a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA), or while preparing for an IEP meeting. It could be used to compile data on any student with disruptive behavior in regular education or special education. Simply enter data on target behaviors into the spreadsheet and you will have some fantastic graphs and charts to share at a meeting. The data helper is designed to monitor one student's behavior on individualized target behaviors and will generate graphs to describe the student's performance. The data can be taken on the computer or on paper and later entered into the spreadsheet to generate graphs and charts for your meeting. You can monitor up to four types of disruptive behaviors (target behaviors) in up to six classes or settings. The Data Helper will save you lots of time when preparing for a meeting, or completing a Functional Behavioral Assessment.
Good luck taking data on your students!
Ben DeWolfe, Ed.S.