Learning Activity: IEP Planning

Learning Activity: IEP Planning

  1. Despite regulations that require the presence of measurable Individualized Education Programs, IEPs often end up being unfocused and vague. This makes them difficult to use in guiding instructional planning. This is a situation that many teachers have to face.
  2. Some important legal requirements relating to IEP includes the need for having measurable goals while placing a student in the process. There is also need for child assessment before the IEP commences, and after it has been implemented. This helps in ascertaining where the child stands at. There also ought to be accountability from the stakeholders involved in the IEP process. IDEA requires IEP to include provisions for progress monitoring, present levels of performance to ser

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