Using Clipboards to Progress Monitor

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Learn how I use clipboards and progress monitoring forms to track student data in the classroom. This is especially helpful for special education teachers, because students may be moving from class to class throughout the day. Having the progress monitoring form on a clipboard gives every teacher, support staff, and paraeducator easy access to the form as needed. In this video, I explain why it is helpful to keep your progress monitoring sheets on a clipboard for each individual student and how you can use a free resource I created to do it!

This video also contains free progress monitoring forms, which are also available separately as a free resource in my store: { Free Progress Monitoring Forms }.

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{ Progress Monitoring Editable Forms }
These completely editable progress monitoring forms are designed to help educators record and track data on individual students. This includes data for IEP goals and objectives and students receiving intervention supports. Materials can easily be put together on a clipboard for each individual student so that the teacher or paraprofessional can easily monitor, review, and take data on students quickly and efficiently.
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