Presentation on theme: "Interventions, Indicators, and the IEP Process Peers Group Paulding Elementary School April 25, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
Interventions, Indicators, and the IEP Process Peers Group Paulding Elementary School April 25, 2006
Team Members Debra Paputsakis, facilitator Kelly Spangler Stacey Diefenthaler Emily Miller Pat Stevenson Tracy Gunderman
Project Description To acquaint new special education teachers with the IEP process To review the IEP Inter-Rater Agreement training manual To develop a bank of goals and objectives for the IEP To discuss strengths and weaknesses for our students To discuss interventions used in helping our students reach their goals To plan for the next school year
Debra Paputsakis, Facilitator Shown is Deb looking over the IEP Inter-Rater training tool. A lot of our Peers time was spent discussing this.
Pat Stevenson, Autism Teacher Pat is shown here looking at www.interventionce ntral.org We found different probes at this site that we used as assessment probes in writing our IEPs.
Stacey Diefenthaler and Kelly Spangler, 4 th and 5 th grade Special Education Teachers Stacey and Kelley are looking at goals and objectives from a school in Redmond, Oregon. They are getting some new ideas in developing their own bank of goals and objectives for writing the IEP. We looked at several different examples of databanks during our Peers group.
Tracy Gunderman, Speech Pathologist, and Emily Miller, Multi-Handicapped Teacher Tracy and Emily are shown here discussing some of the strengths and weaknesses of the students. They are then going to search for intervention ideas on the computer.
Tillman Karl, Special Education Coordinator Our peers group culminated in a meeting with Tillman Karl. We spent two hours with him discussing concerns regarding the entire IEP process. We felt the group was very beneficial for us in developing our IEPs.