I have talked to you before about my super
My way of keeping data is super simple. I just have a manilla file folder for each student that I keep in a drawer with green hanging files for each day. I write the name of the student and the days of the week that they attend sessions on the tab. Then, I put a copy of their goals on the left side of the file folder and keep a data sheet open on the other side. I also put any worksheets, notes from parents, or other items in the folder for daily use.
At the end of the year, I take out the data sheets and any other items that need to be saved and place them in the students' main file.
As for my actual data collection, I use a sheet that simply has 9 boxes and allows me to write the date, and circle whether it was an individual session or group session. I also included a space to write how many students are in the group (I need this for Medicaid billing). I also love to use colored pens for these data sheets, just because the colors usually brighten my day. :)
To keep data, I use a +/- system. First, I write a quick detail of what we are working on (in the sample it is /s/ initial). Then, I give the student a plus for a correct production and a minus for incorrect. If the production is heavily prompted, I will circle the plus sign. After ten products, I put a slash mark so that the productions are easier for me to count later.
You can get a copy of my simple data sheet HERE.
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