Looking for a way to have your students take responsibility for tracking their own data? Well, here you go! These personal student data sheets were created in Excel and are used to help students keep track of which reading standards they have mastered or still need to practice in preparation for their state assessment.
Each state assessed standard has its own column, which students color in to show their percentage of mastery (50% - 100%) on an assessment of that specific standard. A color key is located on the right side of the sheet. Students track whether they understand, understand a little, or do not understand the standard.
NOTE: The standards we are covering in my district are called TEKS and are shown in our pacing guides nine week increments, but the sheets can be edited in Excel to suit Common Core or your states standards and/or district pacing guide.
NOTE: Mac users may have to view download in full screen in order to see tabs for all four sheets.
My students are given a data sheet at the beginning of a nine week period, and keep their sheets in their Daily 5 Reading binders; this way they know what standards they need to work on when they're in their workstations. I also have the students bring the binder with them to small group or individual conference, so we can discuss their progress. I keep electronic sheets for each student on my computer for my records.
This is a great way to hold your students accountable for their learning and keep individual student data in one place.