800+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives: For use in K - 12 and in Home School Settings

800+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives: For use in K - 12 and in Home School Settings

by Chris de Feyter


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800+ Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives for use in K - 12 and in Home School Settings consists of a collection of more than 800 SMART Goals that can be used in Home Schooling settings, General Education settings, or Special Education settings to address learning needs in the following areas of development:

  1. Academic.
  2. Personal and Social well-being.
  3. Communication.
  4. Independence.
  5. Problem Solving.
  6. Work Habits.
  7. Safety.
  8. Transition.
  9. Sensory.
  10. Motor Skills.
  11. Physical Health.
  12. Medical Care.
  13. Personal Care.

All of these SMART Goals have been approved and have been used in actual teaching situations in general and special education. These SMART Goals can be used as is, but better is it to revise the selected SMART Goals to accurately fit with the Current level of Performance of the student.

Most of the SMART Goals are written using the formula below. In some cases, a slightly different format was used.

" Time – Student – Support – Skill – Accuracy and Measurement, Documentation."

(Example) By June 2019, Student X will independently choose a SMART Goal from this database 100% of time, as documented in the trial logs.

This collection of SMART Goals will help educators and home schools jump-start the creation of an Individual Education Plan or a Personal Program Plan. For students receiving Tier 2 interventions in a Response to Intervention Model, these goals can be used as Short-Term Objectives to guide educational programming.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781477464847
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/12/2012
Pages: 74
Sales rank: 725,462
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)

About the Author

Chris de Feyter grew up in Europe, where he completed his undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and psychology. He recently earned a Doctoral degree, focusing on classroom climate and teacher retention.

Next to working in elementary and secondary schools, Chris managed several psychology practices, focusing on learning disabilities, anxiety, and depression. In that capacity, he appeared on several national and international talks shows and news channels. Currently, Chris works for a large school division in Canada, where he focuses on students with diverse and special needs.

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