This is a bundle of all of my name stamping program description sheets. Some students will not be able to write their name due to physical limitations or other factors. These students deserve the opportunity to have their own signature, just like everyone else! The program is to teach students to use a name stamp (which can be custom-ordered from any office supply store) and to teach them to stamp within or on a target. The program is designed to start with the biggest target (a 7 inch square) and have the student work down to the smallest target (a 3 inch line) over five steps which are: 7 inch square, 5 inch square, 3 inch square, 3 by 1 inch rectangle, and the 1 inch line.
There are program description sheets, data sheets, and material sheets for each target size. The material sheets can be laminated and re-used multiple times. The 7 and 5 inch square each have one square per material sheet while the 3 inch square has two and can be cut in half to make two sheets from it. The 3 by 1 inch rectangle and the 3 inch line material sheets each have two sets of five of the shapes and can be cut in half to have two sheets for the program.
It utilizes the three step prompting system (Tell, Show, Do) which helps maintain consistency between anyone who completes the program with the student.
The program description sheet includes a learning target, staff procedures, a description and examples of the prompting system, mastery criteria (based on a target of approximately 80% accuracy), information on teaching sets, and prompting reminders. The program description sheet is designed so that someone with no special education or discrete trial training (DTT) experience can use the program with high accuracy.
The data sheet contains the learning target and mastery criteria as well as scoring information and a spot to write in the target sets that are being taught. In addition, there is a space to indicate whether the student met criteria for that particular trial and a space for the person collecting the data to initial.