Presentation on theme: "Developing and Implementing an IEP. Goals for Today Identify the elements of an IEP Identify the elements of an IEP State how the IEP provides a Free."— Presentation transcript:
Goals for Today Identify the elements of an IEP Identify the elements of an IEP State how the IEP provides a Free Appropriate Public Education State how the IEP provides a Free Appropriate Public Education State the members of the IEP team State the members of the IEP team Compare/Contrast IEP and IFSP Compare/Contrast IEP and IFSP When will you use this? When will you use this? Unit Quiz Rosebud… Professional Life Lesson Planning and IEP Matrix Assignments
Who convenes to create the IEP? Child ParentGen EdSp. Ed LEA Rep Eval Interpeter Others (invited by Either party)
Whats on an IEP? Present levels of performance Present levels of performance Educational Diagnosis Educational Diagnosis Annual goals Annual goals Must be measurable! Must be measurable! Short-term objectives/benchmarks Short-term objectives/benchmarks Description of how progress is measured and reported Description of how progress is measured and reported Required to Provide a Chevy, not a Cadillac Required to Provide a Chevy, not a Cadillac
Whats in an IEP? A description of: A description of: Special education Special education Related services Related services Supplementary Aides Supplementary Aides Braille Braille PBS PBS Assistive technology Assistive technology
What is in an IEP? Testing Accommodations Testing Accommodations Students with disabilities must take high stakes tests! Students with disabilities must take high stakes tests! Placement Decision Placement Decision Continuum of placements - LRE Continuum of placements - LRE ESY? ESY? Discipline Considerations Discipline Considerations FBA FBA BIP BIP
Transition Issues Age 16 – there needs to be a plan for transition to adult living Age 16 – there needs to be a plan for transition to adult living Desired outcomes after school Desired outcomes after school Results-oriented Results-oriented Academic skills Academic skills Functional skills Functional skills A holistic approach to the child A holistic approach to the child Goals should be meaningful to the persons life and age appropriate Goals should be meaningful to the persons life and age appropriate
Whats the difference between and IFSP and and IEP? IFSP – family-oriented IFSP – family-oriented For children 36 months or younger For children 36 months or younger PLOP in the 5 major domains of development PLOP in the 5 major domains of development Family resources, priorities, and concerns Family resources, priorities, and concerns Services based upon peer reviewed research Services based upon peer reviewed research Natural Environment Natural Environment Start and End Dates of Services Start and End Dates of Services Service Coordinator name Service Coordinator name Transition steps by age 3 Transition steps by age 3
For More Information Allen, K. E., & Chowdery, G. E. (2009). The exceptional child: Inclusion in early childhood education (6th ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar. Bowe, F. G. (2009). Early childhood special education: Birth to eight (4th ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Thompson Delmar. Hardman, M. L., Drew, C. J., & Egan, M. W. (2005). Human exceptionality: School, community, and family (8th ed.). New York: Pearson Allyn & Bacon.
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