7. Multiple Disabilities8. Orthopedic Impairment9. Other Health Impairment10. Specific Learning Disability11. Speech/Language Impairment
Okay, class. Today we will be learning about IEPs for students with disabilities.
12. Traumatic Brain Injury13. Visual Impairment
Once assessments are complete, and parents are notified, you can begin writing the IEP! Don't forget all of the components!
1. Present Levels of Performance2. Goals: annual, measurable, unique3. How goals will be measured and whenProgress of Goals are due4. Special Education and Related Services
5. Extent to which student will not be in class6. Date for services to begin7. Accommodations8. Transitional Services if applicable
Always keep in mind all the legalities!
-Individuals with Disabilities Education Act -Free and Appropriate Education-IEP Team -Annual IEP -Triennial IEP -Zero Reject -Parental Rights-Least Restrictive Environment -Due Process Safeguards -Response to Intervention -Functional Curriculum -Criterion References -Student Support Team -Manifestation Determination
Acronyms in Special EducationABAADDADHDASDBIPCP
Welcome toSpecial Education 101
Yeah, legal jargon usually gets everyone. But don't worry, with practice you'll understand the whole process and all of the acronyms.
Who knows, maybe someday you will all be running your IEP meetings!
Mr. Jones, your daughter has met her math goal!
Ms. Jackson, since your daughter is 15 now, we need to discuss transitional services for her IEP.
I knew they could do it!
Based on our assessments, your daughter has SLD and qualifies for services.