Easy and efficient.
Just the way I like it! Some examples of assessments include sight word lists, QPA’s, SIPPS task cards, and the PAST. In the tab folders I’ll usually store the master copies of the teacher recording sheets for the assessments.
The last section in the binder is where all the intervention or decision trees are housed. This is a list of suggested interventions, district approved interventions, and even enrichment resources. Black-line graphs for tracking progress are stored in extra tab pockets and reference material is housed in page protectors.
Then I ran them through my trusty laminator (like this one here) and trimmed out the tab.
Three hole punched them so they’ll go in your binder…
You don’t have to go this fancy by any stretch, but I figured if I have to look at it, I want to like what I see. Other options include using a half of a legal size file folder and three hole punch them. Once you put your tab dividers in, start filling this baby up with ALL your data!
Now you’ve got a great Student Data Binder that you can grab at a moments notice! Just don’t forget to keep it updated. 🙂