I just got a request to share my tracking form I use to track my students’ progress on their speech-language goals. I developed this on an Excel spreadsheet after getting the idea from a former classmate/friend/supervisor during a practicum I took with her. It’s an easy (and fun for the student) way to track progress and see the progress at a glance. It incorporates a grid of percentages 0-100 that when colored in, creates a bar graph. There is a place for the student’s name, range of dates, the goal, dates, percents, and plenty of lines below for comments (SOAP kinds of info). I print this off double-sided to save space in the file/binder and the students love to color in the boxes and see their progress. You also have the option to “color” it in the computer and type your notes, but I find the pencil and pen method is quicker (and more fun for my students).
Credit to Susan Lanzara Fass, M.S., CCC-SLP (now working for Boothby Therapy Services in New Hampshire).
I’ll be sharing more later!