IEP Goals Demystified. Beth Cochran Gifted Education Facilitator Harmony Middle School, Blue Valley School District [email protected] Most of the material in this presentation has been adapted from “IEP Training for Kansas Schools”.
Most of the material in this presentation
has been adapted from
“IEP Training for Kansas Schools”.
Kansas State Department of Education
TASN - Technical Assistance System Network
of Academic Achievement
and Functional Performance
describe the anticipated progress that will result from
specially designed instruction
that the student will receive.
…are based on data contained within the PLAAFP
…Contain four components:
…Must pass the ‘Stranger’ Test
that the student makes as a result of specially designed instruction
Identify and select a need from the PLAAFP
Consider the general education standards and curriculum for the student’s grade level and the level of the student’s current learning needs.
Identify the performance to be measured.
Specify how the progress toward the goal will be measured.
Determine to what level the behavior must occur.
the items in an in-depth study rubric
Specify amount of time that will be required for the student to attain the criterion.
Goal: By May 29, 2015, given compacted coursework in mathematics, David will successfully complete all required assignments in each course to receive the remaining 3 credits needed to graduate.
Timeframe, given condition, David will behavior, as evidenced by criterion.
During this IEP year, given access to the online programming resources Scratch and Alice, David will design and complete a programming project, achieving the highest level on 80% of the items in a programming rubric.
When given a 7th grade reading passage, Susie will answer 10 inferential-type comprehension questions about the passage with 95% accuracy.
Complete the information sheets. Feel free to work with a partner.
For future reference, this information is available through the KSDE website:
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