Preparing data and taking notes at data meetings can be a challenge. But these two forms have helped with preparation, organization and establishing a consistent paper trail.
The class data meeting form was a quick summary and an “at a glance” of the strengths and struggles of my students. It also helped track my students’ progression throughout the Tiers of RtI – I could quickly flip through several summary pages to see notes on one student. I also have made it a habit to highlight actions that need to be taken (such as a speech/OT/PT referral or contact with a parent). This helps ensure I get those recommended next steps taken care of. I keep this form in my Data Meeting Binder (you can get your editable cover here), but following our grade level data meetings, I make copies for everyone present at the meeting.
The student data meeting form is a more detailed summary sheet that I fill out prior to, and during an individual student’s RtI data review meeting. This form is stored in the student’s RtI folder, so anyone on the team can view it.
These forms are editable in PDF. However, you do not need to keep them digitally. I like to hand write my notes, so I fill in the parts that are consistent for each form and print it without student information. I keep extra copies in my binder, and when it comes time for a meeting, I just grab my forms and go!
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