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Progress Learning’s Free Downloadable Resources for Tracking Student Data



Download Our Free Student Data Tracking Resources

Keeping track of student data is an essential part of the teaching process. It helps teachers to identify areas where students are excelling and struggling in the classroom. However, managing this data can be a tedious and time-consuming task. That’s where our free resources come in. Our team of educators has created comprehensive templates, charts, and graphs that will make tracking student data a breeze. Whether you’re a new teacher looking for a place to start, or a seasoned educator in need of a refresh, our resources are designed to meet all of your needs. With our free resources, you’ll be able to focus on what really matters – supporting your students and watching them grow. So why wait? Download our free resources for teachers today and start tracking your student data like a pro.

Summertime Green Dot Challenge Goal Tracking Sheet

As an educator, keeping track of student progress can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. This data-tracking template offers a simple and effective way to track your student’s academic performance. The green dots indicate mastery and success, while the yellow and pink dots point out areas of weakness. This allows you to have a clear understanding of where your students excel and where they might need extra support. By using this template, you’ll be able to provide targeted assistance that is tailored to each individual’s needs to help them succeed academically and stay on track this summer.

Student Data Trackers 

Data tracking can be a daunting task for both teachers and students. However, with the introduction of elementary student data trackers, the process has been simplified and made more engaging. Not only do these trackers allow students to own their data, but they also provide an opportunity to set personalized goals and track their progress toward achieving mastery of standards. These trackers are perfect for both teacher and student goal-setting throughout the year, making the learning process more tailored and enjoyable. With these tools in hand, elementary students can take control of their education and experience personal growth in a tangible way.


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