EVALUATION DATA SHEETS

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Welcome to Pops Spedster's Place, where special education teachers, parents and students will find instructional supports and accommodations for people with intellectual disabilities resulting from low incidence and acquired impairments. At Pops Spedster's Place, we use Developmentally Appropriate Instruction (DAI) to teach academic and functional skills related to developmental assessments and Common Core State Standards.

 

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Behavior feedback is important to students in adaptive life skill settings. Adaptive feedback forms can be written at several ability levels and address any number of desirable behaviors. Pictures accompany each behavior. Staff fills in a simple plus sign or a minus sign depending on whether or not staff notices the specific behavior.

Here are two feedback forms. One uses ten behaviors that are being reinforced. One uses five behaviors that are being reinforced. In the Popspedster model, students review the previous week's form and any staff comments about minuses.

Students are required to acknowledge their minuses and should be rewarded for their pluses. These data sheets can be used to monitor IEP behavioral goals and Behavior Plans.

THE FIRST SHEET IS A SIMPLE SYSTEM OF FIVE BEHAVIORS TO BE EVALUATED DAILY BY PLACING EITHER A PLUS OR A MINUS IN THE APPROPRIATE BOX. IF THE MARK IS A MINUS, STAFF NEEDS TO PRINT A BRIEF DESCRIPTIONOF THE BEHAVIOR OBSERVED.

 

THE SECOND SHEET WORKS THE SAME AS THE FIRST, BUT CONTAINS TEN ITEMS TO BE EVALUATED AND WOULD BE MORE APPROPRIATE TO BEING USED AS A COGNITIVE INTERVENTION.

 

 

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Contact us at - popspedster@gmail.com

Last updated - 3/27/2014
        
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POPS SPEDSTER AND COMPANY
1627 GOLDCREST AVE. NW
SALEM, OR 97304

PHONE - 503-949-6776