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Understanding the IEP

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Understanding the IEP
What is the IEP?
The

IEP
or the,
Individualized Education Program

is a

program designed to help

students

with

disabilities learn
by changing the way teachers
teach
.

FAPE-
Free Appropriate Public Education

(IDEA 2004)




•learning disabilities
•attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
•emotional disorders
•cognitive challenges
•autism
•hearing impairment
•visual impairment
•speech or language impairment
•developmental delay

Parts of the IEP
-PLAAFP
-Goals
-Accommodations
-Services
-Transition Plan
PLAAFP
Present
Levels of
Academic
And
Functional
Performance

-the students ’s
strengths


-the student's areas of
need

-what
teachers
must do to help the
student
learn

-how the student’s
disability
affects their ability to
learn
at the
same
rate of their
peers

PLAAFP Questions
1) What is the students eligibility category?

2)What are the student's strengths?

3) What are the student's limitations?

4) How is the students overall behavior in class?

5) What is Lesley interested in pursuing as a career?
Eligibility Category
RC-Reading Comprehension
BR-Basic Reading Skills
WE-Written Expression
LC-Listening Comprehension
SLI-Speech and Language Impairment
TBI-Traumatic Brain Injury
OE-Oral Expression
ED-Emotional Disability
Autism
Goals
IEP
goals
are written to
focus
on
specific
skills that the
student
needs.

IEP goals are written and reviewed
quarterly
, or
four
times per year, to
determine
what
progress
is being made.

There should be at least
one
goal per
area
of
need.
Questions
-What areas are Lesley's goals in?


-Is there a goal written for every area of need? Why or why not?


-Why is it important for Lesley to work hard in school to reach her goals?


-What is her baseline of mastery for Language Arts?



Accommodations
-An accommodation is an
adjustment
, or
change
made to meet a
need

-
Accommodations
are included in a student's IEP in
order to help
teachers
,
therapists
,
aides
or anyone else that works with the student make necessary
changes
to meet the needs of the student.



-Where will Lesley's accommodations be provided? (What subjects/locations?)

-Name 3 accommodations Lesley receives.

-What could happen if Lesley does not receive her accommodations in her IEP?


http://www.ncld.org/students-disabilities/accommodations-education/accommodations-include-iep-504-students-ld
Questions
What are Lesley's special education services?

Where will these services be provided and by whom?



Transition
The transition component of the IEP discusses the student's
post-secondary
goals.

Everything
in the IEP must be
aligned
to what the student wants to do
after
high school.
Who qualifies for an IEP?
Services
Services
are extra
help
and
support
provided to the
student
.

They can be provided at
school
(i.e. small group instruction) or
afterschool
(i.e. speech therapy).
Transition Questions

-What does Lesley wish to do after high school?

-What are some things Lesley's school can do to help her get there?
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