Included is an individual assessment form, student copy and a whole class data collection form.
Instead of long, paper-intensive end-of-theme assessments, I give my students a quick, one-on-one assessment of skills covered during a given unit. Afterwards, I go through each assessment and write down names on the "sticky note" page, so that I am collecting lists of students with specific lagging skills (less than 79% mastery). Sometimes kiddos names appear on more than one "sticky note." That's okay! I can use this form to share information at data meetings and set up SPECIFIC, TARGETED SKILLS instruction/interventions. That way, I am only reteaching what students need.
I've used this type of form with much success in my own classroom. I've revised it to fit our new Journeys 2014 curriculum. Let me know if you have any questions - I just know you will find this an extremely useful tool in your own classroom.
*I enlist the help of my title support on the day I give this. It really goes quite quickly with help.