The kids add a sticker every time they get a 100% on their spelling tests. As you can see from the sticker chart, we went from less that 50% of the kids achieving a 100% to almost 100% once we started keeping track of the data! The other charts consist of Excel graphs made up of various pieces of classroom data. The post-it notes on the graphs are the students "thinking" in regards to the data. Love the idea of a data board!
Pinner said: My evaluations are tied into my student's performance and my principal is requiring me to track data. This is perfect! Research shows that when students track their own learning and understanding with student data tracking or graphing binders, there is an improvement in student learning and a tremendous amount of motivation. Perfect for my data center. See this awesome data tracking for student$!
IEP progress monitoring binder that helps special education teachers stay better organized during the end of each school quarter, while completing students’ data collecting. This binder was designed to monitor IEP goals weekly – for 9 weeks and to monitor students’ quarterly progress. Great resource to have in the classroom. Huge time saver!
Keeping Track of Anchor Charts: Take a picture, print it and file it in a binder before taking the poster off the wall. Teacher and students can refer to the binder even if the anchor chart isn't on the wall. Brilliant!