2Training Outcomes Understand the process of creating PLAAFPs Learn the process for writing TEKS- based IEP goalsUnderstand the process of creating PLAAFPsUnderstand the different factors in determining appropriate data driven PLAAFPsAirsofting: Try to get large parties of people. All out airsoft warsBaseball: played for 6 years 3 years for babe ruthGaming: Own an xbox 360 playstation 3, and nintendo wii (do a lot of gaming)
4Definition of PLAAFPs Provides the basis for: IEP goals/objectives Cornerstone of the IEPDescribes child’s strengths in relation to state standards (TEKS)Source that drives the other IEP componentsStatement that links all IEP componentsContain current, relevant informationProvides the basis for:IEP goals/objectivesMeasuring progress
5ThePLAAFPsSHOULD………Identify needs of the student so that all service providers know the level at which the student is functioning and so the team can set appropriate, meaningful annual goals for the student.Prioritize and identify needs that will be written as GOALSProvide a baseline data for each need.
6PLAAFP These sections include: Student’s Strengths, Interests, and PreferencesParent Concerns regarding their child’s educationSpecial Considerations* Behavior* Communication* Limited English Proficiency* Health* Braille* Assistive TechnologyTransition AssessmentsOther essential informationEffect of the disabilityPost-secondary Expectations for living, Learning and WorkingCourse of Study
11What is a measurable annual goal What is a measurable annual goal? Measurable goals are defined as statements that contain four critical components: timeframe, conditions, behavior and criterion. A measurable goal includes the behavior or skill that can be measured at periodic intervals against a criterion of success.
17Examples Goal Objective Timeframe Condition Behavior Criteria Within 36 instructional weeksusing decoding skills and oral practice within a 3rd grade passageJoseph, a 3rd grade student, will read70 words per minute with fewer than 10 errorsObjectiveTimeframeConditionBehaviorCriteriaBy the end of the first six weeksusing decodable textsJoseph, a 3rd grade student, will read and pronounce 50 frequently used wordswith 10 or fewer errors
18Sample Goal & Objective TimeframeConditionBehaviorCriteriaBy June 2, 2011given a 4th grade story prompt and 30 minutes to writeLinda, a 4th grade student, will writea three paragraph essay using transition words in sentences and between paragraphs with 5 or less errors.ObjectiveTimeframeConditionBehaviorCriteriaIn three instructional weekswith guided practiceLinda, a 4th grade student, will correctly use transition words to connect simple and compound sentenceswith 75% accuracy
19Sample Goal & Objective TimeframeConditionBehaviorCriteriaBy the end of the school yeargiven mixed fraction problems using all operationsJose, a 6th grade student, will solve85% of all assigned problems correctly.ObjectiveTimeframeConditionBehaviorCriteriaBy October 1using prompts that decrease the assistance provided (most-to-least prompting) and through repetitive practiceJose, a 6th grade student, will identify 20 fractions that represent more than a whole number on a worksheet in three minutes or lesswith 100% accuracy.
20They are available on our webpage. PLAAFP/SBIEP TEACHER TOOLDeveloped by Special Services to aid teachers in writing appropriate PLAAFPs and SBIEPsTEACHER TOOL w/SAMPLETEACHER TOOL (BLANK)They are available on our webpage.