It's all about the data now in public education. These forms look to be a great way to give your students the tools they need to keep track of their own data on their own! And I think I see the word "free" somewhere in here...
Research shows that when students track their own data, they perform better. Get your students to be organized, intrinsically motivated, and accountable for their own learning. Read how to start the next school year off right by clicking this picture! Student Data Tracking Binders-$ Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini
This free download contains pages for you to use a basic data folder in your classroom. This is perfect for empowering students to take an active role in their progress and for charting/documenting data for the RTI process. There are 10 page types: *cover *math fact graph *reading fluency graph *reading level graph *behavior calendar *spelling word graph *sight word graph *grammar skill graph (this matches my Grammar Snapshots!) *goal sheet for reading, math, and behavior *AR points Some…
First Grade Smiles: Bright Ideas: Organizing Student Data. This is GENIUS! I like the idea of using the numbers instead of writing the names because I can use it again and again!
Managing Data Folders in the Primary Classroom
Teach your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students to monitor their own progress and take ownership of their learning using data folders. Simple and effective classroom management tips for using data folders in the primary classroom. Download the free starter kit while you’re there!
Allowing students to track their own data and progress comes with invaluable benefits to your classroom and students! These student data folders are editable and packed with hundreds of pages to make setting up data folders easy and simple.
Put Together the Perfect Teacher Binder for Better Classroom Organization!
Classroom organization is important! My teacher binder helps me stay organized all year. Here are some of my favorite tips and ideas for putting together the best teacher binder. (I can't live without #5)