Presentation on theme: "Burnt Chimney Elementary School “D-E-T-E-R-M” PLAN."— Presentation transcript:
Burnt Chimney Elementary School “D-E-T-E-R-M” PLAN
Determine (What is our goal?) In Spring of 2007, 50% of 5 th graders and 30% of 4 th graders at Burnt Chimney Elementary School will participate in their IEP meeting as measured by the IEP Participation Continuum Checklist
Determine (What is our goal?) In Spring of 2007, 1 5 th grader and 1 4 th grader at Burnt Chimney Elementary School will create a power point from a template for their IEP meeting as measured by the use of the power points at their IEP meetings.
Determine (What is our goal?) In Spring of 2007, all 3 rd, 4 th, and 5 th grade students with special needs will create a notebook of personal information to be used to develop their IEPs as measured by the finished product.
Determine (What is our goal?) In Spring of 2007, a team of special education teachers will create brochures and posters to be used in presentations with both students parents and teachers as measured by finished products.
Evaluate (What do we already know?) Students… Don’t know what an IEP is Don’t know their likes and interests Not familiar with their own disability Poor decision makers Get along with their peers Knows hard work will help them get ahead Believe their teachers listen to them Aware of their needs
Think (How do we measure our goal?) Use the IEP Participation Continuum Checklist Use of completed power points, notebooks, brochures and posters.
Establish (What is our action plan?) IssueActionWho is responsible? Determine starting point -survey all 5 th grade students parents, and teachers. -survey SWD at 3 rd grade and 4 th grade and their parents and teachers. Faculty at Burnt Chimney Elementary Involve parentsParent-to-Parent meeting-T/TAC -Faculty at Burnt Chimney Determine what information to share with students. Special Ed. Staff meetingSpecial Ed Staff Plan student meetings and interview Special Ed. Staff meetingSpecial Ed. Staff Share info. with students and model behavior Hold student meetingsSpec. Ed. Staff Gather info.Interview studentSpec. ed. staff -student Have IEP participationInvite to IEP meetingSpec. Ed. Staff
Establish (What is our action plan?) IssueActionWho is responsible? Create power point template Meet to determine what needs to be included in template SPED teachers 2 students creating power point Meet after school to create the power point Coordinate with technology teacher to aide in completing the power point -SPED teachers -Technology teacher Create notebooks for all 3 rd, 4 th and 5 th graders with special needs Use graduate students to put notebooks together Continue collecting data for notebook Plug data into notebooks Work on “My Move Up” section with middle school staff T/TAC staff SPED teachers Burnt Chimney and Ben Franklin staff
Recognize (What are the barriers we may face?) Parents Students not understanding their disability Time Language of IEP Individual child’s disability Importance-students and parents not seeing how important it is
Make (What is our timeline for our plan?) Oct. 13 - Met as committee for involvement in pilot program/set up goals Oct. 16 - Complete teacher/parent/student surveys for all 5 th graders and SWD at 3 rd and 4 th Oct. 23 - Complete parent survey Nov. 28 - Parent to Parent meeting Dec. 5 - Meet as a committee to review survey data, set up action plan, go over resources Jan. 3 or 4 - Plan sessions and interview End of Jan Beg. Of Feb. - Start working with students to increase self-determination and begin to get them ready for IEP process Feb 13 - Committee meeting March - Student/parent interviews End of March - Begin IEP meeting