Using Google Drive to Create A-B-C Data Collection Forms

Monday, February 15, 2016 / 2 comments


A few years ago, I wrote a blog post on Using Google Docs to Collect Data for IEP Goals. Since then, I have been using Google Drive to create lots of forms to collect information quickly and help me stay organized. Click below to view the original post on using Google to collect data for IEP goals.



Today I want to share a tutorial on how to create a form to collect A-B-C data. In a special education classroom, we tend to deal with a lot of behaviors that seem to mysteriously appear out of thin air. We all know too well that this isn't the case, and their is always a reason, and typically a pattern that behavior occurs. ABC forms are great for taking in lots of detailed information about a student throughout his day, and then pin-pointing what the antecedents or consequences are that may be causing that behavior to continue occurring. Instead of typing a tutorial, I decided a video tutorial might be easier to follow. Click below to check it out!


If you prefer more paper/pencil data collection before inputting information into the form, click below to download a free A-B-C collection form. 


I plan to create more tutorials while I am still on maternity leave, so please comment below if you would like to me focus on any topic in particular!





2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the information. I am looking forward to using this in the near future. I am also wondering if you could cover how you graph and use the information once it is put into the google drive. Thanks!
    Kathleen

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  2. This was a super interesting post and I would love to use something similar in my classroom; how does your staff/you input the data? Do you have access to a tablet per staff or does everyone input the data before they leave for the day? Or something totally different?

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