Formative Assessment Examples
After establishing a current level of performance, the next step is to use data to make data-informed instructional decisions.
There are many ways to collect data!
~Individual clipboards with pencils velcroed or tied on for each child containing data sheets for each objective
~Notebook containing the goals for one student or multiple students
~Clipboard for each area listing all the students and their goals for the specific area
You must collect data to ensure high-quality instruction and the best possible outcomes for your students (Leon-Guerrero et al, 2011)
Leon-Guerrero, R. L, Matsumoto, C & Martin J. (2011). Show Me The Data: Data-Based Instructional Decisions Made. Simple and Easy. Shawnee Mission, Kansas: Autism Asperger Pub. Co.