Monday, October 5, 2015

Tracking IEP and 504 Accommodations with Google Forms

In my state where I teach, we must track which accommodations we use with specific students who have an IEP or 504.  I decided to create a simple Google Form!  

I entered all of my students as a drop-down list and checkboxes for the accommodations.  The checkboxes allow me to select multiple accommodations, if needed.

Once I submitted all of my responses, they are timestamped and entered into a spreadsheet.  I can sort data from this spreadsheet, as needed! I can also adjust the accommodations as needed in my Google Form.  This is a real time-saver for me and detailed data needed for others!  Keep Calm, Click Undo!

Update:  I made a second Google Form for Tier I MTSS suggestions to track strategies for students!


  1. Do you have to track accommodations daily?

    1. Yes, my district wants us to keep track of our accommodations for students.

    2. Tonya, do you have instructions on how to set up this spreadsheet? I hate to sound clueless, but I have never used Google forms. This is exactly what I was looking to use.

    3. When you create a form, you can add a spreadsheet for the responses and it will set up your spreadsheet for you!

  2. Is there a way for each student's data to be put into an individual spreadsheet? Instead of all students together in one sheet?