ClassroomBehavior Management SPED 3803
University of Memphis
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SPED 3803 CL 9 GN l Graphing and Analyzing Data A picture is worth at least 173 words OR Exploratory Reading for Justin On Monday Justin read two new words correctly On Tuesday he read one word correctly On Wednesday he didn t read any words correctly Thursday he read one new word correctly Friday he read one new word correctly The next week showed similar results Monday was one new word Tuesday was one new word Wednesday was one new word Thursday zero new words and Friday 1 new word Exploratory Reading and Phonics Instruction The teacher began to teach Justin to sound symbol relationships in isolation for twenty minutes prior to exploratory reading The differences were remarkable On Monday during the third week he read two new words On Tuesday he read three new words On Wednesday he read three new words On Thursday he read ve new words Friday he read four new words The next week showed even better results Monday Justin read eight new words correctly Tuesday he read ve new words correctly Wednesday he read seven new words On Thursday and Friday he read 10 new words on each day Graph Justin39s New Words Exploratory Reading Phonics Exporatory Reading SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 2 0 What is a graph A graph is a 0 The purpose of a graph In education a graph shows relationships between a teaching method and behavior A graph is a Bene ts of graphic displays of data oBehavior is evaluated as often as it is graphed so teaching can become more efficient and effective Research shows that frequent monitoring of progress is correlated with better student achievement oGraphs make Analyzing graphic display of data takes just seconds oGraphs can provide an quot Research has shown that graphing one s own performance is an effective intervention in itself Types of Graphs 0 Bar Graph Justin39s New Words 12 m a s A 2 u 1 2 3 A 5 s a g in Day n mmquot mm mg We 0 Line Graph Justin39s New Words Exploraturv Reading Phonics Expuraturv Reading W 123Ass7agJuniziamisisniaigzuz Days SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 3 Parts of a Line Graph Teaching Method 1 Teaching Method 11 Teaching Method 1 14 I I I I I I 12 i i I I I I I I I I 10 I I I I I I I I I I 8 I I I I I lt 39 I 6 I I I I I I 4 MI IO I I I 2 j I I I I I I 0 39 39 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sessions o 1 Horizontal Axis xaxis o The horizontal axis denotes time and the presences of teaching procedures 0 2 Vertical Axis yaxis o The vertical axis represents the range of values of the performance that is being graphed o 3 Condition Change Lines 0 Vertical lines drawn from the xaxis that denotes when a teaching method has changed 0 4 Condition Labels 0 The labels identify the teaching tactic used during a period of time o 5 Data Points 0 Data points represent the level of a single performance and the time at which the performance took place 0 6 Data Path 0 Data path represents the level and trend of the data 0 7 Axis Labels 0 Axis labels represent the performance being graphed and the time frame in which the graphing is represented SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 4 How to make a line graph using Excel 1 Open excel 2 Label your data in box A1 0 A B 1 l 2 3 Begin entering data in box A2 A B I l I Number Correct I I 2 i l 4 Once you have entered your data you are ready to graph Highlight the cells by clicking on cell A1 and dragging the mouse over the cells you want to add to the graph 8 5Go to the Insert Menu and click chart The Chart Wizard Step 1 of 4 Chart Type should come up 6Click Line in the Chart type dialog box on the left 7Click Line with markers displayed at each data value in the Chart subtype dialog box It should be the left most graph in the second row 8Click on the Nextgt button 9Chart Wizard Step 2 of 4 Chart Source Data should come up Click on the Next button 10Step 3 of4 should come up In the Chart title box type in the name of the person whose behavior you are charting In the Category X axis box type in Days In the Value Y axis box type in your target behavior oExample Number of minutes or exercise 1 1 Click on Gridlines and then click on the Major gridlines to deselect the gridlines 12Click on Legend and the click on Show legend to deselect the legend SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 5 13Click on the NeXtgt button 14 Click on Finish oFrom there you can make any number of changes to your graph To Add data 1 Click on the graph 2Click on Chart on the menu bar 3Click on add data 4Click on and highlight the cells you want to add 5 Click ok Graphing dos and don ts 0 Make sure your graph has all the labels outlined above 0 Make sure your data are accurately transcribed and that your graph represents the data you collected 0 Make sure that data paths do not cross condition change lines Practice graphing SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 6 How did you do Justin SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 7 Interpreting and Analyzing Data You have to learn to see oWhen analyzing a graph data within given conditions are examined to determine The level of the data oThe The variability of the data oHow the level Lots of variability indicates that the behavior is not well understood The trend of the data oThe overall the level of the data are rising the level of the data are falling The value of the data remain the same Analyzing a graph Teaching Method I Teaching Method 11 Teaching Method I 14 12 1o 8 5 o 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 910111213141515 Sessions Analyzing a graph Teaching Method 1 o o o o o Vary Able Teaching Method 11 SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 8 Teaching Method 1 Name that Trend Sessions 0 Trend 0 Variability of the data SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 9 Name that Trend 45 4B R A 39 35 r N y 3n 25 2 I w 15 11 5 1 2 1 4 5 0 Trend O 0 Variability of the data 0 Name that Trend 11 g 1 7 1 5 I x 5 yx 4 I I 4 z x z 3 4 4 2 1 1 2 1 4 5 5 0 Trend O 0 Variability of the data Name that Trend 1 20 100 quot N MK 80 quot i 60 NW i x 40 20 O W 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 Trend O 0 Variability of the data 0 Name that Trend 20 7 N 4 o Nquot 15 10 S 1 2 3 4 S 6 Trend 0 Variability of the data SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 10 Analyzing a graph 0 When analyzing data between conditions SPED 3803 CL 9 GN ll The change in behavior from one condition to the next must be robust in order for the method to be considered effective The improvement in behavior must make a meaningful dz rence in order for the teaching method to be considered effective Analyzing a graph Method 1 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Mo Justin39s Quiz Scores Method 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 Quizzes 39During teaching Method 1 Justin s quiz scores were at a low level and stable with no trend 39During teaching Method 11 Justin s quiz scores were from a mid to low level with an ascending trend SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 12 Analyzing a graph Justin39s Math Weekly Rewards Daily Rewards 25 a 20 a 15 a 10 7 5 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1o 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Days Your turn During Weekly Rewards what does Justin s math performance look like Level Trend Variability During Daily Reward what does Justin s math performance look like Level Trend Variability Which was the more effective system for Justin Did the change make a meaningful difference for Justin SPED 3803 CL 9 GN 1 Analyzing a graph Justin39s New Words Exploratory Reading Phonics Exporatory Reading I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Days I I I I I I 16 17 18 19 20 21 Your turn again During Exploratory Reading the number of new words read Level Trend Variability During Exploratory Reading Phonics the number of new words Justin read Level Trend Variability Which was the more effective system for Justin Did the change make a meaningful difference for Justin
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