One thing that I always struggled with was how to track IEP goals for each of my students. I have created these data sheets that I keep in individual binders for each one of my student's. Within each binder I put this document inside binder dividers with pockets to add in student work samples and track prompts or if they are completing tasks independently.
The document is fully editable so you can add the student's name, year and goal title and goal. I have found it easiest to copy and paste the goals from SEIS or any other IEP database your district uses.
I've taught my paraprofessionals how to track data as well so we all complete the same forms. On Friday afternoons I have "study hall" for my students where they complete missed work throughout the week. It is during this time that I sit down with all of my paras and we track goals in each student's binder. It is sooo much easier to stay on top of IEP's that way!
These documents allow you to track prompt level: independent, gesture, verbal or physical prompt. They can be used to collect baseline data and to track progress.
When it comes time for writing the IEP I just grab the entire binder and calculate prompts and can track student progress. In addition to that, I can easily bring the binder to the IEP and be ready to show student work samples and any progress made to the IEP team.
Don't let IEP writing and goal tracking be the daunting task that it used to be! :)