Do you ever get data in uneven totals? Like your student said 7/18 articulation words correct and you’re stuck wondering what percentage that is? Do you want a more consistent, objective way to measure minimal vs moderate vs maximal cueing? Do you wish you were better at recording what types of cues your students are successful? Look no further!
I made this speech and language therapy data collection cheat sheet to help myself be consistent while taking data this school year, and to help me calculate tricky percentages on the fly! Included is this colored version in addition to one in black and white in case that’s more your thing.
On this sheet is…..
1) A table to help you calculate accuracies in a percentage for ANY totals up to 25 (e.g., 11/13, 1/8, 24/25). To do this, just find the total trials in the top, aqua row and then how many the student got correct in the right-most column. Then, find where they meet in the middle to get the percentage!
2) Information on level of cueing aka how I objectively write if I provided minimal cues, moderate cues, or maximum cues.
3) Information of types of cues. I like a reminder of all of the types of cues I frequently give so I can better tell teachers and families what is working for their particular student. I often do so many of these without even realizing!
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Enjoy and thanks for reading!