Secondary IEP Goal Training February 26, 2009. Goal “Research” in MBAEA. Reviewed 100 secondary IEPs Reviewed 223 goals in those IEPs 2.2 goals per IEP average Goal range 1- 4. Types of Goals. 57 – Reading 43 – Writing 34 – Math
62% of all goal were related to reading, writing, and math.
Formula for success – well crafted and meaningful goals, rubrics, checklists
Small group work & Report Outs
Goal Compliance Checklist
More Practice and collection of sample goals
Wrap-up and Kaizen
the parts of a compliant goal
goals must be supported by instruction
how page B,D and F are interconnected
that transition compliance is a continuous improvement process
that goals need to be supported by good instruction
that monitoring progress yields better outcomes than teaching and hoping
write compliant, appropriate goal(s) based upon transition assessment
identify goals that are not well-written and compliant
create a rubric or checklist
share your product with a colleague
Percent of youth aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will reasonably enable the student to meet the post-secondary goals.
After age14, ALL goals are transition goals.
Iowa Core Curriculum
21st Century Skills
Should include when available:
Conditions – When and How
Time frame for goal completion
Examples of how
Instruction or coaching
Supports or prompts
Time -- In 36 weeks…By May, 2010…
One of the following:
Reading instruction, Social Skill instruction
With Guidance, Coaching, Counseling
Evaluation Clarification example
Using a Transition Rubric…
Robert is able to care for his physical needs and has appropriate daily living skills for a junior in high school…He drives, has a checking account… Robert is able to independently read & comprehend materials written at a 5th grade level. His ability to comprehend material improves when it is read to him. His maximum reading comprehension is 7th grade level. Robert’s math scores are closer to the 8th grade level. Most of Robert’s core classes are team-taught but he is extremely reluctant to ask for any assistance and he does not utilize accommodations or Assistive Technology, such as extended time for exams or taped texts. Although his attendance at school is quite good, Robert consistently turns in assignments that are late or incomplete. He failed 2 classes last semester – Government and Biology. Robert has a part-time job bagging groceries and works about 20 hours per week with no supports from school. He is interested in a career related to the building trades, but knows very little about those training requirements or job opportunities in the trades.
Work in pairs to develop a goal and/or rubric with your current IEP.
These will be collected and posted.
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