At Your Table â€“ IEP Goals. Is it measurable? Yes â€“ what makes it measurable? No - How could you make it measurable?. 1. January ESE Meeting. Chapter 5 â€“ Special Education and Related Services ESE Reminders Reviewing Measurable Goals Services. 2. Donâ€™t Be Distracted!.
Is it measurable?
Yes – what makes it measurable?
No - How could you make it measurable?
Chapter 5 – Special Education and Related Services
Reviewing Measurable Goals
Just Can’t Say It Enough!
Measurable annual goals are descriptions of what a child can reasonably be expected to accomplish within a 12-month period with the provision of special education (specially designed instruction) and related services.
Does this really matter?
If an annual goal is not measurable OR measured it violates IDEA and may result in a denial of FAPE.
Target Behavior – What we want to change.
(Described in terms that are observable, measurable, verifiable, and repeatable)
Stimulus material or condition – How we will measure change. (The materials that the teacher will use or the environment where the behavior will be observed)
Criterion for acceptable performance - How we will know if the goal has been achieved (Stated in terms of accuracy, speed, or quality)
May also include Timeframe (1 year is maximum length)
criterion for performance
They Failed to Mention…
…of Special Ed. and Related Services
Aids, services and other supports to enable children with disabilities to be educated with nondisabled children to the maximum extent appropriate.
Where We Put Them here in Rock Hill Schools!!!
Feb – Discipline (Ch. 8)
March – Re-evals (Ch. 7) and Discontinuing Services (Ch. 10)
April – Educational Placement and LRE (Ch. 6)