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      INTRODUCTION ON COLLECTION OF DATA


      Collected with a definite purpose are called data. Data is the plural form of the Latin word datum. Statistics is used as a singular noun, meaning the subject which deals with the collection and presentation and analysis of data. Collection of data helps to get all the information on tabular and proper manner.

      Data can also be collected in forms other than numbers, and turned into quantitative data for analysis.


      Activity on collection of data

      Objectives: participants will be able to:

      1. Identify data system with a focus on the data collection sheets

      2. Identify types of data

      3. Identity behavior and condition.

      4. Correct the data from given skill.
      ACTIVITY 1
      WE ARE ANALYZING THE DATA OF ACADEMIC COMPONENT OF STUDENTS. STUDENTS HAVE TO FILL ALL THE INFORMATION CORRECTLY.
      In this activity we will do this activity by repeated trial and task analysis method.

      Repeated Trial- One of the most common data sheets. Teacher delivers teaching trials in set Responses given by student are charted on the data sheet (either correct/incorrect or independent/prompted depending upon if the task is instructional or assessment)

      Task Analysis- Outlines the steps necessary to complete a task. When the student is presented the task to complete, the number of steps correct is scored. The teacher decides on the number of steps presented in each trial


      ACTIVITY 2

      IN THIS ACTIVITY WE WILL CHECK THE DAILY SCHEDULE OF THE STUDENTS .

      • On the previous data sheet, the some students may respond differently to different people or in different locations depending upon what distracters may be present.

      • This type of repeated opportunity data allows the teacher to see what patterns if any, exist that prevent or promote the students response.

      • Who, where, and potentially with what the student makes the response for the task or item is recorded for each opportunity.

      • In this case, the student is learning to independently transition when given a prompt during different parts of his schedule.

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