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PLAAFP Overview #2

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Kourtland Koch

on 22 January 2013

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Transcript of PLAAFP Overview #2

4 Characteristics
of an annual Goal Short Term Objectives PLAAFP Statement Academic and Functional
/Behavioral Performance 1. Does your PLAAFP statement state how the disability affects student's involvement and progress in the gen-ed setting
2. Does your statement describe the student's performance level in the skill area affected? For example, reading comprehension
3. Are there logical clues that support the goals for improvement? 1. All data sources must be within 3 years
2. Testing accommodations?
3. Looking for logical supports for writing annual goals
4. Testing conditions and child's general behavior Current and your Design of Accommodations Remember to do the following: 1. Did you turn in your check sheet along with the PLAAFP scoring guide?
2. Did you follow the correct format for the paper?
3. Is your rationale for PLAAFP based upon annual goal statements and interventions?
4. Did you explain why selected accommodations support student success?
5. Did you design 4 short term objectives for each annual goal?
6. Did you identify and cite selected Indiana Standards to go along with annual goals? Elements of PLAAFP Statement Writing a PLAAFP Statement Formal/Informal Data Sources Overview of Student 1. A description of how disability affects academic and funtional performance
2. A description of how disability affects student's involvement in gen-ed curriculum.
3. Sufficient detail to provide logical cues
for writing annual goals. Academic Achievement Achievement refers to requisite skills related to reading, writing, and math.

Educational performance can be defined as applying knowledge and skills to meet everyday needs. Examples include functional skills. 1. Name/age/grade/school info
2. Background information concerning family
3. Personal characteristics and traits of student
4. Information provided by teachers/parents/observations
5. Personal interests/hobbies/favorite subject
6. Grade retention and how services support child's handicapping condition.
1. Must be observable and measurable

2. Must indicate what student can reasonably accomplish in one year

3. Must relate to helping student to be successful in the general curriculum
4. Must be accompanied by a minimum of 4 short term objectives. 1. Are they observable and measurable when addressing the annual goal?

2. Does it indicate what the student can reasonably accomplish in a year?
3. Do they indicate both starting and ending dates and are they staggered over the school year? 1. Are current accommodations in the IEP listed?
2. If there are no current accommodations, state the following:
"There are no accommodations listed in the current IEP."
3. Always provide an explanation as to how the proposed accommodation will assist the student's academic/behavioral performance.

1. Begin by stating the area of academic concern followed by a brief statement from formal/informal test data.
2. Did you state how the plan will address the student's educational needs?
3. Did you indicate how accommodations will help student in the gen-ed setting?
4. Did you indicate information about the child's self concept, behavioral needs, or academic performance?
5. Do not include any information that has not already been introduced in this assignment. PLAAFP Rationale
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