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Keeping Math Skills Sharp All Year with File Folder Tasks (Math Labels Freebie)

Like most special educators, I teach several different skills in math a day. In our math rotations, I am able to see each students 1:1 for about 10 minutes to teach them new skills, and then they rotate through the other centers to practice that skill and previously mastered skills. This is the first year…

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How to See Summaries of Data Collected Through Google Drive

Last week, I posted on Using Google Drive to Create A-B-C Data Collection Forms and received a lot of questions on how to see summaries of the data collected through Google. Asked and answered, friends! It’s amazing how easy Google has made data collection for us, as long as we know how to use it to our…

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Using Google Drive to Create A-B-C Data Collection Forms

A few years ago, I wrote a blog post on Using Google Docs to Collect Data for IEP Goals. Since then, I have been using Google Drive to create lots of forms to collect information quickly and help me stay organized. Click below to view the original post on using Google to collect data for…

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We Are Thankful for Special Educators Blog Hop (Tip, Freebie, & Rafflecopter Giveaway!)

Every year, right before the holidays, seems to be the time I really reflect on the school year. Is my classroom set-up working? Are we covering everything we need to? Are my students making growth? A lot of these questions can be answered through data. We all know that data drives our instruction; however, when…

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Data – Discrete Trial vs Fluency {Guest Post from Sasha Hallagan – The Autism Helper}

I’m so excited to share today’s post! I’ve asked the AMAZING Sasha Hallagan from The Autism Helper to help explain how we should be effectively teaching new skills through Discrete Trial Training, as well as how we can make those skills more functional through Fluency Instruction. Enjoy, loves… 🙂 When it comes to academic data,…

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Be Proactive: 10 ways to use Google Docs to collect and store data!

As I mentioned on my post here, Google Drive is a beautiful thing for special educators and regular ed teachers alike! If you need some help setting it up, check out this post. For those of us that are blessed to have Ipads, it gets even better. Google Drive has its own app to download…

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Be Proactive: Using Google Docs to Collect Data for IEP Goals!

As most of you know and maybe some of you are about to find out very soon, special educators have a daunting amount of paperwork to go along with all the other tasks we do on a daily basis. This paperwork is very important, tedious, and requires so so so much time that sometimes we…

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