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Collecting Data During Play-based Intervention

Meredith Poore Harold, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

June 2, 2014

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How can I keep track of responses when doing play-based activities in intervention?

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Keep a datasheet next to you.  If you know what your required target is before the child comes into your room, you can keep track of how many times they are getting the target response correct, what sort of feedback they are needing, etc. It can be harder to keep track of the suggested targets, so oftentimes I will keep my required targets as the formal data collection, and then I will scribe some notes on the suggested targets as I go along.  

Meredith Poore Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP is a Speech–Language Pathologist with an academic research background. She currently works for a large Kansas City-area school district and owns her own private practice (www.meredithharold.com).

 


meredith poore harold

Meredith Poore Harold, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Meredith Poore Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP is a Speech–Language Pathologist with an academic research background. She currently works for a large Kansas City-area school district and owns her own private practice (www.meredithharold.com). She also teaches at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO, and Nova Southeastern University in Florida. She provides local and national lectures on communication development and disorders. 


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