PrAACtical Resources: Data Collection Form for Communication Partners
Last week, we posted about taking data on communication partners, something that can be very helpful when we are looking for ways to expedite the AAC user’s progress. Based on feedback from that post, we’re sharing a sample data collection form for this purpose.
Do you have another idea for collecting data on the behavior of communication partners? We’d love to hear about it.
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This post was written by Carole Zangari
May I use this form as part of a workshop powerpoint I am presenting?
Absolutely, Catherine. Just reference the source and provide a link to the blog and you are good to go. Best wishes for a successful workshop!
Thank you for the form, Carole. After being inspired by your recent posts, I wrote a blog post on how I use Percentally Pro 2 to collect data for communication partners: http://expressive-solutions.com/use-percentally-pro-2-to-collect-data-for-communication-partners/
Terrific! I look forward to sharing it, Eric!
I really like this data form, especially the section on how the student’s attempt was reacted to, that’s such an important piece I think most people aren’t even aware of. Though I should say, even without being aware of it, most educators I work with as an AAC Consultant have excellent, encouraging reactions. A big thank you to all the individuals who serve our students with Complex Communication Needs!!
Also, here’s a link to an observation checklist I created for observing 1-to-1 educators. If it seems unrealistic, keep in mind, it’s my fantasy of what the ideal situation would be. I’d love feedback.
Thanks, Ann! I love how comprehensive this is. May I share it? If so, how should I reference it?
Hi again Carole, thanks for that feedback and yes, share away! You can reference it as created by Ann Bedard, M.S., CCC-SLP, AT Specialist.
Thank You for sharing!
Hi Carole! I LOVE this data form. Is there a way I can print it? When I tried it came out blank. Please let me know if I have to purchase it from Teachers Pay Teachers, etc. Thanks
Erin, have you tried downloading it first? Here’s the link to do that: http://praacticalaac.org/?wpfb_dl=302 Let me know how that works out for you.