IEP Goal Bank A well written IEP goal is essential to the IEP and special education. How can you monitor progress if you don’t know what you are aiming at? This is another post being done by popular request. So often I get asked, “Can you put together an IEP goal bank?” The number of […]
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Difference Between 504 and IEP Here are some of the key differences between an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) and a 504 Plan. IEP vs 504 IEP 504 Plan Is an individualized education plan for the student. Is a list of items that the child needs to “access” their education. Has Procedural Safeguards in case parents […]
Working Memory IEP goals Does your child struggle with Working Memory issues, and you want them added to the IEP? Have you heard parents talk about working memory skills, but you’re not sure what they are? Ok, remember these? I’m dating myself a bit, I know. But these are a great example of how we […]
IEP Accommodations vs. Modifications IEP Accommodations, Modifications and Supports/Services: All three of those are a huge concern for parents. I know this because it’s often one of the first sections you turn to when you are handed a new draft IEP. On most IEPs, you will find this section after the IEP goals section. On […]
Not Following 504 Plan Ok, your child has a 504 Plan. You provided the necessary documentation and they drew it up. You think it’s pretty good and will help your child. Then, you hear anecdotes from your child that your school is not following the 504 Plan. The protections of a 504 plan are fewer […]
How to Write IEP Goals. IEP goals are the future. IEP Present Levels is where the child is now; goals are where we want them to be. Writing IEP goals, while based on data, is part art, part science. It’s also something I find that many educators are not prepared for or trained in. Colleges […]