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Evidence of PK-12 Learning

Data Collection
Kendra
Career Skills
Goal: Using career connect, Kendra will strengthen her career skills by researching
colleges and jobs, building a resume, connecting with a mentor and other career related
activities on the website with less than two prompts or assistance needed on 4 out of 5
sessions.
Trial #

Date
1 9/23

Activity
Sign up for career
connect online,
browse mentor
stories, look
through features
asked questions
about the site and
what she could
use it for in the
future.

2 10/22

3 10/31

success
1 YES
She completed the
registration
independently and
stated her interest
in the sites
features especially
linking with a
mentor and
learning how to
write a resume.

check for
understanding
activity, reviewed
more about the
site. connect with
mentor

0 YES

Building a Resume

2 Yes, used a variety


of applications to
complete this task.
She still needs
some editing but

On Pages

4 11/7

prompts

Interview

She completed the


registration
independently and
stated her interest
in the sites
features especially
linking with a
mentor and
learning how to
write a resume.

2 Yes completed
interview
successfully

Pretest:
What do you know about CareerConnect?
Nothing
Do you have a resume?
No, not yet
Have you ever had an interview
No. I had an informal one with my job but it was just me visiting the work place my friends mom
owns and she gave me a job.
Do you plan on going to college?
Yes, I am taking classes now while in HS. Im looking into a few different schools.
What career are you interested in?
Teaching
Do you have any mentors or role models?
Nope..other than my family

Post-Test
What did you learn about Career connect? I learned about the features on the site such as
connecting with a mentor, resume building, and the different lessons you can read over
involving career skills. I really enjoy this site because it provides a lot of information I did not
learn about in school.
Who is your mentor on career connect? Tell me about him or her
I have no chosen a mentor that I have connected with. We reviewed mentor stories and I have
read over some mentor stories myself however, I have not connected. I will probably try to do
that soon.
Is your resume started or complete? We worked on my resume in our lessons. I think it is pretty
much done aside from some editing. But I will be adding more as I get more professional things
to add.
Tell me what you learned about interview skills? I learned the appropriate dress attire and to
look professional. I also learned about the behaviors such as sitting up straight, and shaking
ones hand. I have had mock interviews before but we did not go over all the details like we did
here.
Have you applied to college yet? I am currently college seeking. I have gone to a ton of open
houses and college visits. Right now I am in the process of filling out applications.

Mikhail
Compensatory Skills
IEP GOAL: Braille Writing
During vision support sessions, Mikhail will emboss a 2 paragraph composition
of his own creation or one that is dictated to him, us
ing a minimum of 100 words, with 95% accuracy in contraction, composition
sign,and punctuation usage in 3 of 5 trials per 9 week period, and he will use
proper Nemeth Code to emboss mathematical problems of algebra 1 level, also
with 95% accuracy in 3 of 5 trials per 9 week period.
Compensatory skills (nemeth)
Trial #
Date
Material
1
9/4/14
Nemeth
wksheet

# of words
156

Accuracy
126
81%

Success?
N(Pretest)

9/9/14

Quiz

123

118
96%

915/14

bracket
lesson

145

143
98%

9/18

writing
passage
of choice

138

132
96%

9/24

176
86%

10/7

2nd lesson 205


on enclosed
lists
absolute
105
value

103

10/9

Hometown
heroes

109

97%

10/20

Writing trial 180


reflection from
voice-over
activity

170
94%

10/23

Nemeth Quiz 64

63
98%

Y (Post-test)

10.

11/7

Letter format

94%

Total:

Literacy Specific Compensatory Skills


IEP GOAL
During vision support sessions, Mikhail will orally read a grade 2 contracted braille
passage (including Braille FUNdamentals, braille versions of grade level novels, or
other braille materials) at a rate of 30 words per minute with 98% accuracy while under
blindfold for 3 consecutive trials during a 9 week period.
(PA Standard 1.1.11.E)
Compensatory Skills (Literacy Specific)
Trial
Date
Material
1.
9/11
Hobbit
2.
9/15
Hobbit
3.
9/18
Hobbit
4.
9/30
Hobbit
5.
10/9
Hobbit
6.
10/16
Hobbit
7.
10/23
Hobbit
8.
117
Hobbit
9.
10.

WPM
23
14
26
16
24
21
18
19

Accuracy
100%
98%
100%
98%
99%
99%
100%
100%

Pretest for braille reading


Mikhail
Chapter V
RIDDLES IN THE DARK
When Bilbo opened his eyes, he wondered if he had; for
it was just as dark as with them
shut. No one was anywhere near him. Just imagine his frig
ht! He could hear nothing,
see nothing, and he could feel nothing except the stone
of the floor.
Very slowly he got up and groped about on all fours, ti
ll he touched the wall of the
tunnel; but neither up nor down it could he find anyt
hing: nothing at all, no sign of
goblins, no sign of dwarves. His head was swimming, and h
e was far from certain even

Success?
PRETEST
No
No
No
No
No
No
No POSTTEST

of the direction they had been going in when he had h


is fall. He guessed as well as he
could, and crawled along for a good way, till suddenl
y his hand met what felt like a tiny
ring of cold metal lying on the floor of the tunnel.
It was a turning point in his career, but
he did not know it. He put the ring in his pocket almost
without thinking; certainly it did
not seem of any particular use at the moment. He did no
t go much further, but sat down
on the cold floor and gave himself up to complete mise
rableness, for a long while. He
thought of himself frying bacon and eggs in his own kitch
en at home - for he could feel
inside that it was high time for some meal or other;
but that only made him miserabler.
He could not think what to do; nor could he think what
had happened; or why he had
been left behind; or why, if he had been left behind
, the goblins had not caught him; or
even why his head was so sore. The truth was he had been l
ying quiet, out of sight and
out of mind, in a very dark corner for a long while.
After some time he felt for his pipe. It was not broken
, and that was something. Then he
felt for his pouch, and there was some tobacco in it, and
that was something more.
Then he fel
Braille Reading
During vision support sessions, Mikhail will orally read a grade 2 contracted braille
passage (including Braille FUNdamentals, braille versions of grade level novels, or
other braille materials) at a rate of 30 words per minute with 98% accuracy while under
blindfold for 3 consecutive trials during a 9 week period.
(PA Standard 1.1.11.E)
Pretest Data
Date
9/11

Material
Hobbit

WPM
23

Accuracy
100%

Success
No-not for IEP goal

Post test Data


Date

Material

WPM Accuracy

Success

11/4

Hobbit

19

NO -not for IEP Goal

100%

Mikhail
Self-Determination
Goal:
Given several situations, Mikhail will advocate for himself on the implications of
his visual impairment and his needs 3 out of 4 times with no more than 2
prompts.
Trial 1

Date

IEP meeting

9/15/2014

Prompts

Succesful
0 Yes

Spoke about visual


impairment,
accommodations.
implications, and
behavior. Reviewed
material with entire
team and took charge of
the meeting.
Presentation

10/1/2014

1 Yes

He created a
powerpoint including all
the information asked of
him and more that he
chose to share. He
created it so that others
would understand his
visual impairment and
needs in simple terms.
While presenting, he
stood professionally and
spoke clearly. He
explained his
powerpoint well!
O&M

10/30

0 Yes
Mikhail asked for
assistance on a route to
a store when needed.
He also asked the
appropriate questions to
the bus driver while
getting on the bus.

Trial 1

Date

White Cane Day

10/14

Prompts

Succesful
1 Yes
Mikhail completed an
activity for white cane
day to advocate for
himself and individuals
with visual impairments.
This was also an activity
to raise awareness. He
completed several
different activities and
shared them with his
friends and staff at the
high school.

Pretest Data Questions and Observations


What is self-advocacy?
It is basically when you are able to stand up for yourself. This may be something like
speaking for your needs to represent oneself.
Name a time you advocated for yourself at school?
I would say I advocate for myself a lot. One example would be my yearly IEP meeting.
I usually speak about my visual impairment and discuss my needs with the teachers.
Name a time you advocated for yourself at home?
I tell my mom whats up. Just kidding. Um I discuss with my mom things going on at
school and what would help me best in the house.
Observation Notes:
9//314
Mikhail was observed in the regular classroom (algebra). He followed his IEP
accommodations by sitting upfront.
Mikhail asked to move closer to the board or if the teacher could write a bit
bigger.
Observation Notes:
9/8/2014
Mikhail asked if the teacher could read slower while reading braille along during a
lesson.
Post-test Questions and Observations
Name 3 situations you advocated for yourself at school
1. Discussed my needs at the IEP meeting
2. Asked to move closer to the board during English class when the notes were to
small to copy

3. I asked for digital materials because my IEP goal is provide when asked.
Name 3 situations you advocated for yourself at home
1. I told my friends I needed to make the screen larger for a video game we were
playing.
2. I asked for assistance on reading print on a menu at the drive through
3. I asked my mom to help me read the words on this worksheet because it was super
messy and small.
Observation Notes
REFER TO DATA COLLECTION ABOVE :)

Sebastian
Assistive Technology
IEP Goal: Given touch typing instruction, Sebastian will use correct finger placement to
type all keys of the keyboard, with 90% accuracy on each typing lesson before moving
to subsequent lessons, until he learns the entire keyboard to achieve a typing accuracy
of 90% on 4 out of 5 vision sessions.

Trial

Date

Activity

Accuracy

1 9/11/14

PRETEST KEYBOARD

40%

2 9/19/14

Keyboard activity

46%

3 10/8/14

Keyboard activity

48%

4 10/31

Keyboard activity
POST TEST

56%

5
6
7

IEP GOAL: Given instruction in keyboard commands, Sebastian will learn 5 new
keyboard commands each quarter. He will use previously learned commands
independently on 4 out of 5 vision sessions each quarter.
= Independent, # = Prompts
COMMA Learn
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03/12/ 03/19/ 05/28/ 09/24/ 10/


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14
14
14
8

10/
22

11/
5

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WK

Qtr. 2

WK+M

Qtr. 2

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Enter
to
Open
App.

Qtr. 2

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10

11

Alt+F4

Qtr. 2

Ctrl+C

Qtr. 3

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Ctrl+V

Qtr. 3

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Ctrl+X

Qtr. 3

Ctrl+Z

Qtr. 3

Ctrl+Y

Qtr. 3

Ctrl+F

Qtr. 4

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Alt+tab Qtr. 4

Ctrl+S

Qtr. 4

Ctrl+P

Qtr. 4

F7

Qtr. 4

WK+M,
Tab

Qtr 1

Ctrl+L

Qtr 1

Ctrl +

Qtr 1

Ctrl -

Qtr 1
Qtr 1

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Pre-Test

Post-test

Alexei
IEP GOAL:
SEARCH SKILLS: Given instruction in systematic search skills,
Alexei will find teacher directed details during an activity with 80%
accuracy and within 2 prompts on 4 out of 5 data sessions per nine week period.
Sensory Efficiency
Trial

Date

Activity

Accuracy

Prompts

Success

9/4/14

PRETEST

37%

9/4/14

Object Board

37%%

No

9/11/14

Object Board

100%

Yes

10/9/14

Bingo

85%

Yes

10/16/14

tracking
worksheet

100%

Yes

tracking
worsksheet

100%

Yes

6 10/23/14

Pre-Test/Post-Test
Locate the Fs

TTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTF
TTTTTTTTTTTFTTTTTT
TTTFTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

TTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTT
TTTFTTTTTTTTTTFTTT
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
TTTTTTTFTTTTTTTTTT
TFTTTTTTTTTTTTTFTT
TTTTTTTTTFTTTTTTTT
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
TTTTFTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Pretest Results: Alexei found all the Fs but did not search systematically. He
needed 4 prompts to go back and find the rest of the Fs. 37%
Post-test Results:
Post-test Results: Alexei found all the Fs on the page searching left to right and
top to bottom. He completed this activity with 100% accuracy and 1 prompt.