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The role of the classroom teacher in the IEP process. From: Johns, B & Crowley, EP (2005).Students with Disabilities and General Education: A desktop Reference for School Personnel. Horsham, PA: LRP Publications. Chapter 6. The Intent of IDEA and the IEP process.

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the role of the classroom teacher in the iep process

The role of the classroom teacher in the IEP process

From: Johns, B & Crowley, EP (2005).Students with Disabilities and General Education: A desktop Reference for School Personnel. Horsham, PA: LRP Publications. Chapter 6.

the intent of idea and the iep process
The Intent of IDEA and the IEP process

At least one general education teacher should be an active participant in the IEP process.

the development of the iep
The development of the IEP
  • Each student’s strengths and needs are assessed and considered by a team of professionals, the parents, and sometimes the student
  • Schools use the IEP to guide their provision for services; and parents use it to track whether a student is receiving services and meeting their goals.
the iep
The IEP
  • Some school districts provide each teacher with a copy of the full IEP.
  • Other schools provide only the page that deals with strengths, weaknesses, goals/objectives, and accommodations/modifications
  • Other schools provide a one page summary of the strengths, weaknesses, goals and accommodations
general ed teacher s questions to consider for the iep process what are the student s
Present level of academic achievement and performance

Assessments given

Strengths

Deficits

Needs

Possible goals

Possible accommodations for instruction and assessment

What accommodations have been successful and unsuccessful

Abilities for statewide assessment

General Ed Teacher’s questions to consider for the IEP process: What are the student’s…
general ed teacher s questions to consider for the iep process what are the student s cont
Behavioral challenges

Reinforcers

Interests

Possible transition plan for after school

Needs for placement

Needs for specific related services

Needs for supplementary aides and services

Needs for support for the teacher

Other…

General Ed Teacher’s questions to consider for the IEP process: What are the student’s…(cont)
preparation for the iep meeting
Preparation for the IEP meeting
  • Remember to be prepared
  • Be an active member of the team