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Data Collection For Ancillary Attendants and Case Managers. Presented by Ann Kennedy Autism Consultant/Diagnostician. Why Collect Data?. Documentation that IEP is being implemented Monitoring of daily progress Decision-making for selection of goals Reporting of overall

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Data Collection ForAncillary AttendantsandCase Managers

Presented by

Ann Kennedy

Autism Consultant/Diagnostician


Why Collect Data?

  • Documentation that IEP is being implemented

  • Monitoring of daily progress

  • Decision-making for selection of goals

  • Reporting of overall

    student progress

  • Decision-making for

    teaching methods


Ancillary Attendant Duties

  • Facilitate the IEP in the Gen Ed Classroom: prompt!

  • Make mental notes

  • Record an estimated level of prompts and progress each day or each class period, for:

    • PreVoc

    • Behavior

    • Social Skills

    • Communication

  • Give the data collection to

    the case manager at the

    end of each day.


Case Manager Duties

  • Remember that the attendant is “borrowing” your teaching license

  • Monitor the data and activities of AA – daily!

  • Collect trial-by-trial data every two weeks for report card (IEP) scoring

  • Communicate with the parents


Prompting

  • Level 0 = Independence (Natural)

  • Level 1 = Expectant Waiting

  • Level 2 = Visual and Verbal Cues

  • Level 3 = Combinations of above

  • Level 4 = Physical Cues/Assistance


Estimating Performance (for AAs)

  • While facilitating (prompting), keep mental notes

  • Record the average range of performance per skill (objective)


Recording Codes (for AAs)

  • Record a number for the average prompting required for the student to perform the skill (per objective)


Trial-by-Trial Data Collection

  • TBT = a test, so - no prompting

  • Should be completed every two weeks for every IEP objective

  • Compare TBT with daily estimates of performance

  • Analyze the data to make instructional or prompting modifications

  • The average TBT scores are recorded as progress on the IEP


When You Get Back to School

  • Create a data collection system

  • Review today’s information (AAs and CMs)

  • Talk about how you will get the info to the case manager at the end of each day

  • Talk about how/when you will discuss the data and make any instructional or prompting changes


When in doubt….

  • Consult the instructions on the front of EasyIEP.

  • Email: kennedy_ann@hcde.org


Important!

  • Remember: AAs are working under the license of the case manager

  • Only case managers report progress to parents.

  • Let’s practice talking to parents……


Facilitate, Communicate, Cooperate


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