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Creating individual student data folders - Great for parent conferences and when goal setting with students!

Setting Up Your Student CCSS Data Binders

Creating individual student data folders - Great for parent conferences, preparation for IEP meetings and when goal setting with interior design 2012 interior room design decorating before and after decorating

One of the best parent contact forms! You are right!  I've already made one for myself and will be sharing it with my colleagues.

Made 4 Math Monday #3

One of the best parent contact forms! - Thinking I could redo these for "Client" contact forms and use it to document contact with clients telephonically.

FREE Parent Conference Sheet~  This handy form from Classroom Freebies helps keep the conference on track and provides a great record of progress and concerns.

Parent Conference Pack Freebie!

Student Data Binders...love the color for visual: green 80 and above, yellow 70, red below 70.

This post walks you through a super clear step-by-step process to help you start implementing Student Data Tracking binders in your classroom! So easy and so much positive change in the classroom!

Research shows that when students track their own data, they perform better. Get your students to be organized, intrinsically motivated, and accountable for their own learning. Read how to start the next school year off right by clicking this picture! Student Data Tracking Binders-$ Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Unpacking the Standards: Assessments and Teaching Notes for Math and English Language Arts {Aligned to Student Data Tracking Binders}- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Empower young students by implementing age-appropriate data collection in your primary classroom.  (Pictured:  Sample pages from "Student Data Graphs, K-2")  #studentdata  #datafolders  $

Student Data Graphs, Goal-Setting, and Self-Reflection Sheets {K-2}

Empower young students by implementing age-appropriate data collection in your primary classroom. The data is how well they're doing with reading/writing, so they can see how they've improved! (Pictured: Sample pages from "Student Data Graphs,

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