This particular document was created for my students' data binders. Their targeted skill, goal, concept, etc. is written in the learning target blank. When the student is ready to be assessed, the teacher simply writes the date down and places a sticker if the student met their target. If they did not, the date is written in the "not met" column, and students are re-taught and re-assessed at an appropriate date. If the student then meets the goal, they receive a sticker in the "met" column and the teacher records the date that the goal was met. This document has been very motivational for my students because they do not like seeing anything marked in the "not met" column.
*To save on paper, I suggest printing this document 2-2 sided (front and back printing).
The idea for this document was taken from Jeff Shipley training of Continuous Classroom Improvement and was created by Kristin Cox.