Tracking Progress with Data Sheets

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Please Download the following two sheets for each lesson. Click on Links Below or Image Files to Right.

Datasheet II

Skill Tracking Sheet

Keeping track of Programs

It is important for you as a parent to see how your child progresses. A simple way to do this is to set up data sheets for each individual program and also set up skill tracking sheets for each program.

What you need

A printout of a data sheet and skill tracking sheet

How to use the skill tracking sheet

  1. On the skill tracking sheet you write the name of the program.
  2. Underneath you’ll find a space for the item, date introduced and date mastered.
  3. In the item column you put any item that goes with the program.

For Example:

Program: ROL with emotions

Item: happy, sad, angry, worried, surprised, and sick

Date introduced: you put the date when you first put the item on the data sheet

Date mastered: you put the date when your child mastered an item

How to use a data sheet

  1. On the data sheet you put the item(s) that you are working on with your child.
  2. On top of the program you put the name of the program.
  3. Each data sheet has an Item column and a date column.
  4. In the item column you enter the item you are working on and in the date column you enter the date of the day you are working on.
  5. You then keep track of your child’s progress by either giving a + for a correct response or a – for an incorrect response.
  6. An item is considered mastered (M) when your child receives 4 consecutive +s in a row over the course of 4 days.