Guide to Writing Quality Individualized Education Programs: What's Best for Students with Disabilities? / Edition 1by Tina Taylor Dyches, Gordon S. Gibb, Tina Taylor Dyches
Pub. Date: 10/01/1999
This easytofollow guide reduces the complexity of IEP development to seven basic steps based on the requirements if IDEA '97. Preservice and inservice educators will find the userfriendly format invaluable for enhancing their IEP writing skills. This helpful guide features case studies of four students of different ages with specific disabilities. Stepbystep instructions show how to develop a program by explanation, modeling, practice, and feedback. Also included are instructions for transition planning, a model IEP for comparison, and references for further learning. This guide is best used with theWhat's Best for Matthew? Interactive CDROM by Egan, ISBN: 0205266606. For preservice and inservice special education teachers.
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Table of ContentsPreface.
Introduction: Individualized Education Programs.
1. Describe the Student.
2. Describe the Student's Present Levels of Educational Performance.
3. Write the Student's Annual Goals, with Benchmarks or Short-Term Objectives.
4. Describe the Special Education and Related Services Needed to Achieve the Goals.
5. Describe the Extent to Which the Student Will Not Participate in the General Curriculum.
6. Explain the Student's Participation in Statewide and District Assessments.
7. Describe Ways That the Student's Parents Will Be Regularly Informed of Progress Toward Goals.
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