IEP Data Collection

Data collection is part of a special education teachers job description. We love it. We hate it. But its important.


Data collection helps with determining if students are making progress on SMART Goals. Data helps with determining programming needs and informs you if the intervention is working before its time for benchmarks.

In my short video, I'll walk through why data collection is important, what it is, how you can get it done, and a real-life example of how I collect IEP data in m program. From SMART Goal to the data collection form I use to how I graph the data to finishing a SMART goal deadline with student reflection.

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Welcome to my all thing special education blog. I empower busy elementary special education teachers to use best practice strategies to achieve a data and evidence driven classroom community by sharing easy to use, engaging, unique approaches to small group reading and math. Thanks for Hopping By.
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