Hot Topics DEC 2012. Elementary Resource and Coteachers. Goal Setting- . Improve Communication and Efficiency of Established Procedures Review Procedures to Ensure Comprehension Cover any questions affecting your team. Continuation of Services. Descriptions of Services we provide….
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Hot TopicsDEC 2012
Elementary Resource and Coteachers
*In Reading or Math, up to 60 minutes of intervention instruction using Sidewalks or/and Number Worlds.
*Grade Level Instruction should be received in the general education classroom
Historically IEPs have focused on a student’s acquisition of basic academic or functional skills and have had little if any relationship to a specific academic area or grade-level expectations.
In contrast, the process used to develop a standards-based IEP is directly tied to the state’s content standards. Both the student’s present level of performance (often referred to as “PLOP”) and the annual IEP goals are aligned with the state’s grade-level standards, creating a plan that is aimed at getting the student to a proficient level on all state standards.
Every goal must relate to a need identified in the PLOP.
Annual goal (Reading Comprehension): Karen will use active comprehension strategies to analyze text for fact and opinion, cause-effect, inferences, and conclusions.
Objective (Science): Given evidence from a dataset, Karen will determine cause and effect relationships that explain a phenomenon with 80% accuracy as measured by standard tests, teacher tests, and observations.
3 critical elements of ANNUAL GOAL:
John will correctly use mathematical language, symbols, and definitions while developing mathematical reasoning.
Let’s review the criteria…..
3. The student is not eligible for TCAP-Alt PA.
4. The decision for TCAP MAAS participation is not based on a student’s disability category, racial or economic background, excessive or extended absences, or Limited English proficiency.
5. The decision for TCAP MAAS participation is based on the needs of the student and is not based upon anticipated impact on system and/or school performance scores.
IEP team will determine which accommodations are appropriate per content areas.
Finalized lists are due to Chris Manguso March 1, 2012.