One of the things kindergarten teachers like to track is how students are coming along with writing their names. So here is an idea for doing that. What is great about this tracking sheet is that the interventions are built in! I’ve put in a few illustrative examples to show you how to connect interventions and strategies to the data. Notice how simple using data really is.
I’ve included a number of things you may want to download and try: The overview sheet with tips about using the tracking chart, the tracking chart in a PowerPoint so you can customize it how you wish, and the tracking chart in EXCEL for those who might like to keep the records electronically.
assessment classroom assessment data analysis Deb Wahlstrom Deborah Wahlstrom Superintendent DOK 1 formative assessment Instructional Learning Cycle Kindergarten Language Arts - WRITING Monitoring SLOs Monitoring Student Achievement Student Growth Using Data to Improve Student Achievement Assessment Strategies classroom assessment Deborah Wahlstrom Superintendent Instructional Learning Cycle