The first one I created is a Speech Running Record. I use this sheet for my articulation kids. Since I was keeping my +/- on my lesson plans, I figured what's the point of transferring all the +'s and -'s to a new data sheet? I wanted all my articulation data in one place where I could see progress. With this running record I can see Jacob's /s/ sounds go from 40% January 4th to 80% on February 4th (hey, a girl can dream, right?)
Below is a picture of my Running Record put to use!
I call this little gem my IEP Friendly Data Sheet! I know all IEP's are different in each county, but in ours, you are required to fill out the student's strengths and present levels before you list your goal. The idea for this sheet came to me one day while taking observational notes in my preK class. I was noting ideas for future goals for a student and then thinking to myself, will I remember this when his IEP is due? Viola! The birth of the IEP Friendly Data Sheet! This can be used as daily progress notes, but a little more organized. Click here to download a copy for yourself!
Let me know your thoughts on these sheets. Anyone else as crazy as me and try to revamp everything half way through the year?