IEP Training for Kansas Schools. Services Special Factors/Considerations. 2013 – 2014. Kansas State Department of Education Technical Assistance System Network. Some Possible Ways to Address Needs. Non-Special Education Supports Program Modifications Supports for School Personnel
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2013 – 2014
Kansas State Department of Education Technical Assistance System Network
Evaluation (and Eligibility)
Present Levels of Academic Achievement & Functional Performance
Prioritize Needs and How Needs Will be Addressed
Short-Term Objective and Benchmarks
Measurable Annual Goals
Special Education Services
Supplementary Aids and Services
Supports for School Personnel
Special Education is specially designed instruction that meets the unique needs of a student with a disability and which ensures the student has access to and/or benefit from participation in the general education curriculum.
Nonacademic and extracurricular services are those services that allow a student with a disability equal opportunity to participate in nonacademic and extra curricular activities with his/her nondisabled peers. These are nonacademic and extracurricular activities that are school sponsored during the regular school year.
aresmall changes in procedures that do NOT change what is being taught or measured.
The frequency, location, and duration of each accommodation must be documented on the IEP.
If a student uses an accommodation on a state assessment, that accommodation must be used in classroom instruction and assessment .
Program Modifications are alterations in procedures that DO CHANGE what is being taught or measured.
Supports for school personnel are professional development or training for staff members that is beyond what is provided to all staff.
If a student has supports for school personnel identified on his/her IEP, the types of training and/or supports need to be documented on the student’s IEP, with projected starting date, and frequency, location, and duration.
For a student with a disability who is NOT taking the regular state assessment, a statement on the student’s IEP must address:
Identifying Frequency, Location & Duration
Johnny will receive reading and writing instruction in the resource room each day during the language arts block. He will not be participating with his peers in the 4th grade classroom during this block since he will be receiving individualized instruction in the resource room.
(i) positive behavioral interventions, supports, or strategies to address behavior (in the case of students whose behavior impedes learning or the learning of others);
(v) needs for assistive technology devices and services.
Any assistive technology device that is a type of supplementary aid and service must be documented on the IEP.
Consider these questions: