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This progress monitoring toolkit for articulation data collection is all you need to collect data for students’ goals as well as track their progress throughout the year in a smart, simple way. No-print, digital options are included so you can go paperless and no-print.
This BUNDLE includes both the Early and Later sound packs at over a 20% discount.
I know there are many ways you can track your students’ progress throughout the year. After years of trying different methods – apps, printable products from here on TpT, the works - I wanted something that was quick, easy, and most importantly – on as few sheets of paper as possible. I designed this with that in mind.
Why choose THIS Progress Monitoring Tool?
1. Attention to detail in word selection. When creating this tool, I did not simply pick the first 10 words for a sound that same to mind. When possible, words are balanced among appropriate numbers of syllable, different vowel shapes, and avoid recurring phonemes. I want my data to be as accurate as possible.
2. Fewer sheets of paper. A year’s worth of progress for up to two sounds can be collected on a single sheet of paper. The Data Graph has room for up to 6 goals. This means less bulk in a child’s folder, less pages for you to copy and flip through during group sessions, and easier reference later on.
3. Inclusion of a NO-PRINT version. With this tool you have so many options about how to collect data. You can simple read the words from the data sheet and have them repeat, you can have them look at the picture pages, OR you can have them flip through the no-print stimuli on a computer or iPad. Again, fewer sheets of paper for you.
4. Let’s not forget those lesser-targeted sounds! I know how frustrating it is to have the perfect system, just to find it won’t work for that ONE student who is working on that lesser-targeted sound. I have included all common goals, as well as the more obscure (NG anyone?!).
This bundle includes the following two packs:
1. Stimuli (in general, 10 per sound/position) and a data sheet for each of the following sounds:
2. A NO-PRINT version of the stimuli
For those of us who love our iPads and would rather swipe through an “app” than print and laminate pages – I have included a 430-page, no-print interactive PDF for you.
3. Data Sheets
Thoughtfully designed, these data sheets are compact and efficient, making collecting necessary data quick and easy.
Data sheets are now updated to be fillable PDFs - just mark your data right in the form fields and save for each student!
4. Data Graph
Graph your data to see progress visually
5. Clear directions and Table of Contents
Sounds like a small thing, but I know this can save valuable time when printing and planning!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS PROGRESS MONITORING TOOLKIT...
- "This is probably MY FAVORITE tpt purchase EVER! So concise yet so thorough! And the kids are going to love swiping versus flipping cards. Thanks KiwiSpeech!"
- "This is just what I was looking for for progress monitoring. I used it for inperson and virtual learners. Great way to show growth and to monitor targets."
- "One of my professional goals this year is to have ample progress monitoring data available to make informed decisions for IEPs as well as to discuss explicitly about progress with parents. This is a great tool to use year round that will help with all things progress monitoring. Highly recommend! Thanks!"
- "Well organized, quick and easy for initial probe and reeval through out the year. Data trackers are clear and the visual of a graph is great for therapist and parents."
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About the Author:
Kristin Bowers, M.A., CCC-SLP is an ASHA-Certified Speech Language Pathologist based in Pittsburgh, PA. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, she has worked in Early Intervention, research, private practice, and K-12 settings. She currently serves the K-8 population. Kristin is a two-time Award for Continuing Education recipient. In her free time, you will find her designing things, playing games or doing puzzles, and dreaming about travel.