These 9 editable forms are examples of documents I have created to keep track of goal progress for my students. They are easy to give to teaching assistants and general education teachers in order for them to have a simple way to collect the data needed to report on goal progress. Included are forms for the most common goals I need help tracking: asking assistance, explaining homework, beginning work without a prompt, attempting work before asking for assistance, staying on task, asking clarifying questions, social skills, arriving on time to class, and having needed materials. All forms can be customized to add the exact goal information for your students. I tend to keep the Goal Titles generic, and put a shortened version of the goal detail by Goal Target: (for instance: Goal: Asks Assistance Goal Target: when needed 90% Goal: Asks Clarifying Question Goal Target: during class lesson or discussion 10 times per grading period.
I give these to staff at the beginning of each grading period and ask them to return them to me when they have collected the amount of data requested. Staff has been so happy with the easy data collecting, and I have about a 99% rate of getting these returned. When I get ready to record IEP progress, it is SO easy!
I hope you find this item useful. Please leave feedback if you download, and follow my store to see new products as I upload them.