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IEP’s & IFSP’s EDCI 336 September 25, 2007
IFSP Family driven Multidisciplinary assessment Identification of family Concerns Priorities Resources
IFSP General health information Present levels of performance in 5 domains Family view Assessment data Team members view
IFSP Family resources, priorities, concerns Eligibility Other services
IFSP Child/Family Centered Goal Section 10A Periodic review of goal Section 10 B
IFSP Service Coordination Goals Transition Plan BabyNet Services Section 13 Consent and Team Signatures Section 14
IEP FAPE Team Parents Teacher Regular ed. & Special LEA Service providers (Speech etc.)
IEP Disability Classification Present levels of performance Measurable annual goals Academic Functional
IEP Evaluative Criteria Evaluative Procedures Evaluation Schedule
IEP Instructional objectives or benchmarks Special education and related services to be provided
IEP Modifications/Accommodations/ Supplementary Aids or Services Assistive Technology Supports for School Personnel Transportation
IEP Testing Accommodations Placement Recommendation ESY Transition Plan (When appropriate) Committee Participants
IFSP & IEP Steps to be followed text p. 112 Goals and objectives Text p. 113
DAP and IEP’s How to make it happen! Use daily routines and activities Embed goals in activities Design activities using multiple domains Check for generalization and transfer
DAP and IEP’s How to keep up with it all! Use a matrix Text p. 119, fig. 5.3
Monitoring IFSP Formal review every 6 months IEP Annual review
Monitoring Ongoing assessment Observation and data collection (checklists,product collection, anecdotal records) Connected to teaching!!
IFSP & IEP Work with a partner to answer one of the questions under the Case Study Activities p. 140
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.
New Eligibility and Individualized Educational Program (IEP) Forms 2007 Illinois State Board of Education June 2007.
Parent Rights in Special Education Betsy Peterson, Parent Coordinator Office of Special Education and Achievement.
Parent Rights in Special Education Betsy Peterson, Parent Coordinator Office of Special Programs.
IEP How to be an IEP (Informed Effective Parent) Team Member Partners For Success Resource Center Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
3 Newark Public Schools Office of Special Education Professional Development Center Dr. Clifford Janey, Superintendent Dr. Kevin West, Assistant Superintendent.
1 EDUCATION Individualized Education Program (IEP) Special Education Nonpublic School (NPS) 504 Plan.
Policy 2419: Regulations for the Education of Students with Exceptionalities.
Transition Services in RRISD for Students Receiving Special Education Services.
IEP How to be an IEP (Informed Effective Parent) Team Member For Parents of Children Receiving Preschool Special Education Services Anne Arundel County.
Recipe for Developing and Implementing an Effective IEP Idaho State Department Education.
Developed by The Parent Information Center with Funding from Department of Health and Human Service, Part C ARRA Funds.
Developing an Individualized Education Program State Non-Public School Conference November 20, 2008.
Effective Transition from Early Intervention to Preschool Antonia Brancia Maxon, Ph.D., CCC-A 1, 2 Karen Clark, M.A. 1, 3 1 National Center for Hearing.
The Transition- Focused IEP Activities for Before, During and After the IEP Meeting.
1 Statewide Training for Transitioning Children from Early Intervention (Part C) to Early Childhood Special Education (Part B) Illinois Department of Human.
Measurable Annual IEP Goals Massachusetts Department of Education 8/2005.
I.E.P. on IEPs: Information Especially for Parents on Individualized Education Programs.
Transition IEP Using Your IEP to Plan for Your Life After High School Presented by the Transition Alliance Group 1.
Free and Appropriate Public Education FAPE. The major purpose of IDEA is to make a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) available to every child.
Secondary Transition and Compliance Objective To provide a brief overview of secondary transition requirements aligned with Floridas
Understanding Students with Intellectual Disabilities ED222 Spring 2011.
Assistive Technology Overview. What is Assistive Technology? Assistive technology (AT) is equipment or software that is used to increase, maintain, or.
TRAINING MODULE SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS (SLPA) Roles and Responsibilities Resources West Virginia Department of Education Office of Special.
Consultation, Collaboration, and Teamwork for Students with Special Needs.
Shoulda … Woulda … Coulda The Functional Behavior Assessment/Behavior Intervention Plan Process.
Changes to Administrative Rules Impacting Secondary Transition Florida Department of Education Dr. Eric J. Smith, Commissioner.
Special education is a broad term used to describe specially designed instruction that meets the unique needs of a child who has a disability. These.
1 Division of Public Schools (PreK -12) Florida Department of Education Florida Education: The Next Generation DRAFT March 13, 2008 Version 1.0 Secondary.
Speech Assistants: Scope and Role Resources for Self-Paced Instruction.
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