The efficient and effective collection and use of data is key to successful implementation of SW-PBS. Data is used to make important decisions that target adult actions to address student needs. It is used to monitor student outcomes and implementation. Finally, data is used to help schools “tell their story,” thereby promoting their efforts and the positive outcomes achieved for their students.
MO SW-PBS has developed a set of free Tier 1 Data Tools to assist schools in developing a system for ongoing monitoring.
|Tool ||Description |
|2017-2018 MO SW-PBS Data Collection Schedule (5-26-2017) ||Summary of due dates for all MO SW-PBS Data Collection for 2017-2018. |
|Big 5 Hand Graph Tool (small schools) ||Simple paper and pencil tool for tracking and charting monthly ODR data (small schools). |
|Big 5 Hand Graph Tool (large schools) ||Simple paper and pencil tool for tracking and charting monthly ODR data (large schools). |
|Big 5 Generator ||Excel Spreadsheet that provides summary monthly and cumulative Big 5 Data charts. Provides information for teams to make simple problem statements. |
|Big 5 Generator Tally Sheet ||Used in conjunction with the Big 5 Generator. Administrators use this tool to keep track of Big 5 data points as they process ODRs. Monthly sums are then entered into the Big 5 Generator. |
|Data Collection Tool ||Excel Spreadsheet for monitoring schoolwide ODR data. Includes a number of standard charts that include charts of Big 5 data, an individual student dashboard, and the capacity for drill down. |
|EC Data Collection Tool ||Data Collection Tool adapted for early childhood programs. |
|DBDM/Solution Plan ||Two page form that takes teams through a step by step process of using schoolwide ODR data for selecting a specific, evidence based response to address schoolwide problems. |