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Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
This week, #SLPsnQs will focus on data collection and management because it's important to ongoing #EBP! #SLPeeps
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
#SLPeeps Do you graph your tx/ax data? How do you know what kind of graph to use? How does it help? #SLPsnQs <-include this
Daphne Goold @daphnegoold
@SLPTanya I keep chart for each pt with x/x = x% successful trials (dont want just %) across days. Prob could be better! #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
@daphtpunk did you learn to do that in Grad School or with a clinical supervisor or some other way? #SLPsnQs
debra @dibsondebs
@SLPTanya I have to use scatterplots for my AU kids and it visually shows whether kid has mastered skill . Also helps for artic #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
@dibsondebs scatterplots are interesting - how do you set up it? (info on what axis? what dots represent?) #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
@daphtpunk so do you have time along the bottom and skill level along the vertical axis? #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
#SLPeeps if you DON'T use graphs to track your data - how are you tracking your data to measure progress over time? #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
I never used graphs to track tx progress, tho I now see the benefit (and I no longer do much tx). I used to look at % week to week #SLPsnQs
Daphne Goold @daphnegoold
@SLPTanya Not quite. It's a table. Days across top, goals down side. Allows me to write notes in the square for that date/goal. #SLPsnQs
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
@daphtpunk oh! so do you put percentage of achievement in there? or general notes? #SLPsnQs
debra @dibsondebs
@SLPTanya they call it scatterplots but it's Excel graph where you color if correct and slash if incorrect across multiple days.#SLPsnQs
Daphne Goold @daphnegoold
@SLPTanya Both. Square's big enough to put % achievement and jot down any other notes I need like what activity and cues I used etc #SLPsnQs
Deb @Deb_SLP
#SLPsnQs I use a line graph for RTI kids but not for therapy kids. I use a data sheet I made from word doc. Easy. #slpeeps
Mary @MTMarySLP
@SLPTanya I take data all the time, am just starting to graph. haven't figured out what kind to use though. #SLPeeps #SLPsnQs
Deb @Deb_SLP
#SLPsnQs I think graphing helps when other ppl view the data. Easier to show non speechies progress vs no progress. But overall a waste...
Deb @Deb_SLP
#SLPsnQs of my time. Graphing RTI is coming from my district level.
Deb @Deb_SLP
This is what I use to collect data and graph for Response to Intervention - RTIdata.doc - http://t.co/uX9EtTEK #slpeeps #slpsnQs
Deb @Deb_SLP
This is what I use for DailyProgressNotes - http://t.co/nQ9VmHeI No graph. #slpsnqs #slpeeps
Deb @Deb_SLP
#slpsnqs #slpeeps If there is ever anything easier out there...for data collection...or graphing....I'd love to know! : ) Please share
Jen @SewingSLP
#SLPsnQs For kids with goals in many areas, i use a table (goals down the left, dates across the top) put right into the elec med record
Jen @SewingSLP
#SLPsnQs for shorter term kids, compare percentages/cueing needed week to week but no formal plotting
slctherapy @slctherapy
@mtmarySLP @SLPTanya our therapists graph using Excel. We graph ABA, speech, reading, etc. #SLPeeps
Tanya Coyle @SLPTanya
#SLPeeps what system have you worked out for yourself to track data during therapy? Why does it work for you? Pics? #SLPsnQs <- include this
Sarah Choueiry @speechfoodie
@SLPTanya write my kids goals on flash cards so they are easy to get. I put a "check" with a # to mark how many cues for each sound or goal
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