These self-rating forms for SLPs and other special education teachers were modified on 9/16 and are now full editable!
The Common Core Standards and Marzano's taxonomy place a valuable emphasis on having our students identify their learning goals and rate and monitor their own performance and progress. Yet, it can be difficult to effectively have them self-rate...we have to take our skill set beyond asking them "how did you do?" It is with this challenge in mind that these "self-rating forms for SLP's: pre-k to High School" were created.
These self-rating forms can be used in a variety of different ways: to have students assess their articulation productions (on target, close, incorrect?) their use of fluency enhancing strategies, and their responses to structured language probes. Many of the forms are open-ended enough that they can be used by non-SLP's to have students assess their performance in other academic, social or behavioral areas. Check out the preview pages to see if the forms meet your needs!
These forms offer multiple opportunities for students to identify their goal in therapy, assess their responses using rating scales, determine their step on the speech ladder, and even assess the amount of effort they put into a task. So many chances to facilitate executive functioning skills and meta-cognition!
The forms for the younger students are simple and visual. The forms for the middle and high school students utilize age-appropriate clip art, language and social media references to capture their motivation!
Check out the outline of forms featured in the preview page to see a detailed list of what is offered in this product. You will receive 14 forms as well as examples of completed forms and background information.
In this packet, I offer two versions of every form.
Option 1 is the complete version of the form and you are able to edit the skill or goal you are working on with the student.
Option 2 is the "frame" of the form. On this version, you can edit more than just the skill, including title of the forms, steps on the speech ladder, rating system and more.
YOU MUST HAVE POWERPOINT TO USE OPEN THIS DOCUMENT AND EDIT IT. Once you open it, you will be able to add text boxes and even add a layer of images if you wish.
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Copyright: 2016: Donna Miazga Updated to be editable 9/16