Using discrete trial training is a staple in my ABA based special education classroom. Setting up a discrete trial teaching protocol doesn't have to be hard. This DTT kit for counting 1-30 objects has the stimulus cards and data sheets you need to get started using discrete trial activities in your classroom tomorrow. The variety of stimulus cards in this pack will have your students counting with 1:1 correspondence in no time.
Recently voted "Teacher of the Year" of her Austin, TX elementary school, special education teacher, Hannah Cash, uses Especially Education task boxes to build independence in her students with mild to moderate disabilities, and shares the quick and simple editable data collection system she developed to ensure student progress can easily be monitored by multiple adults. #datacollection #taskboxes #speddatacollection
Setting up a data system for independent work stations in my special education classroom was a breeze with these editable data sheets. Not only are there completely editable data sheets, there is also a digital data form that I can use to track independence in my Autism classroom. Set up and tracking with these data systems could not be easier. #specialeducation #autismclassroom #independentworkstation #weteachsped
When teaching special education it's important to have data points for every student. This editable task analysis data sheet is perfect for kids with autism and gives you more data! Use this task analysis template to create a perfect form for your classroom. Try this out in your room today!
Using task analysis is super important for special education teachers who have students with autism. Implementing a task analysis in your special education classroom may sound rough but here are several examples on how to plan task analysis lesson plans, task analysis templates, task analysis data sheets and more. Read more here and start using this in your classroom!
Do you ever feel like you don't even know where to start when implementing a data collection system in your special education classroom? Data is essential to the special education cas manager. Did you know that progress monitoring is easy when plan systems for data collection? Want to know where to get started with your data collection system and what skills you should even be taking data on? Check out this post with 3 areas to focus your data collection on! #datacollection #specialeducation
Data Collection in Speech Therapy: This is part 1 of my blog series on Rethinking Data Collection in Speech Therapy. Instead of trying to collect a million data points across the entirety of every speech session, I’ve changed the way I think about data and therapy. Read more on the blog! - Kiwi Speech
Do you use discrete trials and task analysis in your special education classroom? Unsure when to use discrete trials and when to use task analysis instead? Read our comprehensive list of when to use these two methods with your special education students and help your students become independent members of our community.
Getting geared up for digital data collection in your special education classroom doesn't have to cost you a penny. These 3 tips are a great way to get devices for your classroom for FREE. Progress monitoring is a breeze when you switch to a digital system and even easier when you have the appropriate tools. This blog post is a great read for teachers in the self contained classroom or a resource setting. #specialeducation #weteachsped
Writing standards aligned IEP goals just got easier with these 5 IEP goals for Kindergarten Operations & Algebraic Thinking. In this post, you'll find 5 read to go IEP goals as well as materials and activities for progress monitoring. These common core aligned IEP goals have been used in my self contained special education classroom for students who need support moving into addition and subtraction skills. You can use these goals to draft meaningful goals in your classroom, too. #iepgoal
This digital data collection hack is a great way to collect data in the Special Education classroom. After I set up my Google Forms for my students, I create a quick page for staff to access. This page quickly links myself and my paraprofessionals to the data sheets I have created. This makes data collection in our Autism classroom no stress. Read this blog post for a step-by-step tutorial to set one up for your classroom. #specialeducation #autismclassroom
Building a data collection system using Google Forms has never been easier. I use digital data sheets in my special education classroom to track and progress monitor IEP goals and behavior. The ideas in this step-by-step guide will help you build a progress monitoring system for students from preschool to post-secondary classrooms. In this tutorial, I show you how to set up, input, and review data using Google Forms. No more IEP organization binders needed when you take your data digital! #data
Building addition skills in Kindergarten and first grade can be hands on and fun with this addition within 20 mega pack. This mega pack is designed for Special Education but it's a great intervention material for Kindergarten for First Grade. You get a variety of hands on activities that build an understanding of addition. This set is loaded with worksheets, clip cards, anchor charts, and more and is sure to be a go to math activity in your classroom. #specialeducation #math
This collection of editable 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. By Supports for Special Students
Do you ever feel like you're using the wrong data sheets in your special education classroom? Data is essential to the special education cas manager. Did you know that progress monitoring is easy when you're using the correct data sheet? Want to know how to make tracking progress a breeze? I've got tips for picking data sheets that will pack the punch. Check out these tips for how to pick a data sheet that will deliver the information you need! #datacollection #specialeducation
Grab these Discrete Trial lesson plans for telling time for special education students. It includes telling time lesson plans for telling time to the hour, half-hour, quarter-hour, and time within 5 minutes. This also includes data sheets for telling time assessments and data points. Download these lesson plans today!
Need a way to progress monitor students' letter knowledge or take data on an IEP goal? These graphs are perfect to track students' progress and help you evaluate the effectiveness of your interventions. Great data to bring to an RTI meeting too! Keywords: intervention, special education, tier 2, tier 3, sped, kindergarten, preschool,alphabet, letter identifcation, learning letters, data collection, progess moitoring, AIMsWeb, kinder, data binder, track progress, growth, assessment
Writing IEP goals and objectives for your special education students is easy with these three simple steps! Sometimes writing these goals is a daunting task but these 3 steps will simplify your process and lighten your load. Read more to learn about writing stellar IEP goals for your elementary special education students today!
Setting up a data collection system as a special education teacher doesn't have to be hard. There are so many organization ideas when it comes to data sheets in the classroom. I ditched the binders in my Autism classroom and started storing data sheets in the spaces that they would be used. Not only did this help me organize the papers I'm using, it also helped our team use the data sheets during the school day. Want to see some of my favorite ways to store data sheets? Learn more in this post.
Have your special education students and students with autism practice letter tracing and writing with these activities! This uses the Discrete Trials evidence based practice for students with autism. This includes everything you need to teach students to trace and write letters and includes daily data collection sheets as well as data summary pages to provide an at a glance view of your data. Grab these letter writing lessons today!
Teaching Discrete Trial to your autistic and special education students can be fun! Use this Discrete Trial instruction for letter sounds and letter recognition with your kindergarten, 1st, second, and even third grade students. It includes everything you need for Discrete Trial Training. Download this today!
Using a preference assessment is a great way to know what reinforcers your students would like to work for in the classroom. I conduct preference assessments in my Autism classroom 3-4 times a year in order to make sure we're using relevant reinforcers while teaching in the classroom. Through observation and data, I am able to identify multiple reinforcers for each student in my classroom and rank their intensity. #specialeducation #reinforcement #aba #weteachsped #autismclassroom