Data collection comes in many, many forms and I quickly realized in my first year of teaching that I needed a quick form to pull data during meetings and conferences that wouldn't require me to flip back and forth in a data binder.
This tool will provide you with an entire year's worth of data for each student in your classroom. It is fully editable for any content area and assessments to document. Below is an example of how I use this resource in my classroom, but I have even used it to document their reading interest levels, attendance, and more.
First category: Concerns
Second Category: Previous Year's Data
-At Risk Indicator
-State Assessment Score
-Cognitive Abilities Test, etc.)
Third Category: Information from Current School Year
(Examplesfor the beginning, middle and end of year:
-guided reading level
-Practice State Assessment
-State Assessment, etc.)
Classroom Data at a Glance
by Courtesy of Kate
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