Discrete Trial Basics: Organization Tips


I have been sharing about Discrete Trial Training, check out the posts:
{Discrete Trial Basics: What Is Discrete Trial Training?  Who is it for?}
{Discrete Trial Basics: Where does it take place?  When does it occur?}
{Discrete Trial Basics: Why do we use DTT?  How do I implement DTT?}
{Discrete Trial Basics: Organization Tips}
{Discrete Trial Products and A Giveaway!}
{Discrete Trial Basics: Awesome Reinforcers}


So I've shared the basics with you, now it's time to see what it looks like in my classroom.

I have set up a binder for each of my students (pst, keep reading, there might be a few freebies at the end of the post).  Inside each binder I put a set of dividers.  This is where I keep work.  The tabs are divided like this:
1 = to do
2 = data
3 = varies by student, some have core curriculum here, some have Edmark data here
4 = SANDI
5 = assessments




I also have a pencil pouch in the front with all the flash cards and materials needed for the lessons being taught.


In the front I keep an Intervention Log where I keep track of lessons taught, accuracy, and prompt level.

Under the "To Do" tab, I lay out lessons for the day:


Under the data tab, I keep a few things, first,  because I use STAR I have included this program cheat sheet I created:

I also keep old daily data sheets and program mastery sheets (I copied these on pink paper so I could tell the difference when I'm collecting and reporting on data).


Head on over and get your FREE editable binder covers (click on the picture)
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These are my must have items for organization:
**Disclaimer: I am by no means an expert on Discrete Trial Training.  I simply have researched and implemented with some training and coaching in my classroom.  This is what I have learned over the past few years.

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