Data Notebooks are a useful tool for students to use because it allows students to take ownership of their learning by tracking their tests, classroom rules, goals, etc.
A data notebook can be intimidating to use at first. Which is why you can pick and choose which forms best fit your class’ needs. My first time using the notebook I used it for monthly check-ins with the student and for parent-teacher conferences; now I am using it for students to be more accountable for their learning and will use it on a more frequent basis.
- Three-pronged folder
(Beneficial if you don't plan on adding materials often)
- Three-ring binder
Used as a portfolio and data tracker
(Best when students will add papers continually).
The tabs will be great to add to your student’s subject portfolio page for easy use. I use packing tape for the tabs, or attach with glue and laminate each portfolio page.
- Have students color the doodles to make it personalized.
Data Notebook Cover
Assignment Tracker for 8 Subjects
(Classroom information, test scores, handwriting portfolio, facts, I-ready, books, progress report, goal portfolio, language portfolio, art portfolio, science portfolio, social studies portfolio, spelling portfolio, writing portfolio, reading portfolio, math portfolio).
*Print one for each quarter of school
District/State Test Tracker
Math Fact Mastery
Lower Case & Upper Case Letter Mastery
I-Ready Tracker - (a district's math curriculum)
16 Portfolio Covers with 3 Versions
(Science, writing, math, reading, social studies, spelling, classroom info., test scores, language, goals, handwriting, i-ready, art, books, progress report, facts)
8 Pages + Portfolio Covers
*Must have PowerPoint in order to open and edit this form.
**This is a compressed file with two files. One containing the PDF forms and the other a PowerPoint for editable forms.
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