How I Manage Data in the Classroom

Attempting to manage data in the classroom can be extremely stressful. I’ve been frustrated quite a few times when trying to keep everything straight. It’s hard to climb the mountain of paperwork that comes with being a teacher and it’s even more difficult to organize it! That is why I have created a “Data Snapshot” binder to house all my important info.

This is my ultimate go-to. I take it with me to PLC, RtI, and SPED meetings. I can flip right to whatever important info I need for a student because I make sure to include only the relevant data for each kiddo.
At the front of my binder, I house all of my whole group data. Reading levels, sight words, and letter knowledge to name a few!
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
 First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
Then I have a set of dividers and each student has their own section.
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
Behind each student’s label, that is where I store their individual data.
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
In the divider’s pocket, I keep a running assessment snapshot of every important assessment I do on a student. In a pinch, I can easily see how they’ve grown (or not) on all aspects.
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
In the rings I keep their individual graphs to track their progress. They LOVE seeing the graphs!! Behind the graphs, I store their actual assessments.
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder
 When you purchase & download, you will be able to type your students’ names into the document using Adobe. If you don’t want to do that, you can just print and handwrite the names.
First Grade Classroom: Data Binder

 

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