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Special Education IEP Data Collection Sheets for Teachers & Students EDITABLE

16 Teacher Hacks for Making Data Collection a Piece of Cake

16 Teacher Hacks for Making Data Collection a Piece of Cake

Progress Monitoring for IEPs and RTI made easy! FREE, editable, and easy to use Progress Rings to help save you time and paper. Blog post and instructions at Mrs. D's Corner.

Progress Monitoring for IEPs and RTI made easy! FREE, editable, and easy to use Progress Rings to help save you time and…

Setting up data collection using Google forms

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This collection of data sheets was designed to streamline data collection in the special education classroom. The bundle contains a variety of multi-use data sheets in addition to sheets designed to measure specific skills in the areas of basic reading, basic writing, basic math, and adaptive.

Easy Data Collection for Special Education - Forever Growing Bundle

This collection of data sheets was designed to streamline data collection in the special education classroom. The bundle contains a variety of multi-use data sheets in addition to sheets designed to measure specific skills in the areas of basic reading, b

Data Collection Activity for the whole class. This data activity is a whole -class activity which has your students performing all the essential steps of data collection. The activity is based on students’ favorite dessert. It begins with students voting for their favorite dessert (choosing from cupcakes, pie, ice-cream and donuts) and creating a tally chart using the results. Using their tally chart, they then create a bar graph to represent the results. Next, students answer a set of…

Data Collection Activity - Our Favorite Dessert

Data Collection Activity for the whole class. This data activity is a whole -class activity which has your students performing all the essential steps of data collection. The activity is based on students’ favorite dessert. It begins with students voting for their favorite dessert (choosing from cupcakes, pie, ice-cream and donuts) and creating a tally chart using the results. Using their tally chart, they then create a bar graph to represent the results. Next, students answer a set of…

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