Organizing your data for IEPs can be stressful and difficult to manage. Preparing for an IEP becomes even more challenging when your data is all over the place. Lessen your stress by learning how to organize your data for IEPs here!
USING A BINDER
Using a binder helps me keep everything in one place. This IEP Planner creates a simple system to keep ALL student information together. The IEP at a glance pages are amazing and can be easily copied and given to teachers if needed. I reference my IEP quick goals pages frequently, as they allow one page for all the goals each student has. It’s so convenient! If you prefer to keep this online, the digital version is available in this bundle as well. There are multiple cute cover options to choose from!
KEEP DATA TOGETHER
Data sheets are an important part of preparing for IEPs. Setting yourself up for success means using data sheets that you like and keeping them in one place. I keep my data sheets in my IEP binder. These amazing simple data sheets make keeping data quick and easy.
This bundle includes IEP goal tracking data sheets, making my job even easier! Looking for a digital version? Look no further!
HOW TO ORGANIZE
Being a speech-language pathologist with a large caseload, I have an IEP binder for each grade level. Each student gets an IEP profile and IEP at a glance page from the IEP Planner, as well as a data sheet or two for progress monitoring. Looking to color code your data sheets? Here are some tips!
Making sure student information is all in one place makes it easier and quicker to prepare for IEPs. The IEP Planner makes it easy to keep everything you need together for easy access. Yalie has more on how to organize for IEPs here! Happy organizing!