This bundle offers 3 different Excel assessment data forms to help you effortlessly track students' progress and benchmark levels with automatic color coding based on customizable score ranges. A hamburger themed differentiated group kit is also included to create a board for flexible grouping that is based on the name of hamburger ingredients rather than "high" and "low" labels. The Excel templates are a must have tool for mandated data reporting as well as to use to plan differentiated levels for flexible grouping and intervention. "Hamburger Stations" can be used to encourage independence and choice by utilizing a banner the creates a differentiated "menu" where leveled tasks can be listed for each group to work on.
Excel Assessment Data Forms: (Easy to follow directions and pictures are provided to make each data form fully customizable)
1) Unit Data Form: Monitor Progress & Plan Intervention and Differentiation -- This Excel template is designed to track assessment data for a full unit (pre-assessment, formative assessments, and the post-assessment). This is the tool I use to plan differentiation and in my data team meetings. As grades are entered they are automatically color coded based on the following customizable score ranges:
* Pre-assessment baseline range: Intensive (0-20), Targeted (21-40), Targeted (41-53), Benchmarked-Low (54-64), Benchmarked (65-80), Accelerated (81-100
* Formative and Post target range: Intensive (0-30), Well Below (31-45), Below Benchmark (46-59), Bencharked-Low (60-69), Benchmarked (70-84), Above (85-100)
2) Pre and Post Assessment Form -- This Excel template was designed for our Student Learning Objectives," but is useful for any pre and post assessment comparison. Scores are entered (or copied and pasted from your electronic gradebook) and a drop down menu offers a selection of customizable options for benchmark ranges. As options are selected the cells are automatically color coded red, orange, yellow, green.
3) Editable Reading Intervention Template for Data and Grouping -- This Excel template was created to help me track reading assessment scores and log the skills that students are low at. All portions of this file CAN BE EDITED to fit your needs, making it APPRORIATE FOR ANY SUBJECT. By circling the low skills I would customize practice sheets for each student and mark when it was completed and signed by a parent.
Hamburger Themed Differentiated Grouping Kit: "Hamburger Stations"
As detailed in the introduction, students are no longer labeled "high" or "low," but rather by a hamburger ingredient. This makes differentiation fun while easy for the teacher to tell students what group are level they are working with. By creating a differentiation board (I painted my bulletin board with chalkboard paint) I can quickly show the "hamburger stations." and students' names or the work that I want each group to work on. A "Brain food Menu" banner can be used to list options next to each hamburger ingredient of leveled work each group can work from. By combining ingredients I can quickly show the groups I want students to work with other students from when we're ready for mixed leveled grouping. I use this when students are ready to share and learn from each other. Labels are in a large bulletin board size and a smaller desk or station label. This theme is a great way to show that when students work together we become more than just our separate parts -- we become the 'sandwich'
All items above can also be purchased separately.
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Jen Williams (Teacheropolis)
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