Students use these forms to self-monitor their academic progress throughout the year. Each data sheet is broken into quarters (4 for each section) so that students can keep their data organized and it can correlate with quarterly grades. These are fantastic artifacts to share at Parent-Teacher Conferences.
I work very hard on instilling a growth mindset with my students. If you're new to this way of thinking - check out Carol Dweck on YouTube. This is a checklist for my students to use before turning in their work or completing a project.
This a post about how a teacher organizes her data for her students. I think it would be easily transferrable to be used for an SLP. It would allow an SLP to have all data organized in a binder, making it easier to keep track of everything.
Having a separate data binder, clipboard, or area for data for each student is a great way to stay organized plus makes writing IEPs a bit quicker. It's perfect for one on one paraprofessionals & in-home therapists! From theautismhelper.com #theautismhelper