Writing High-Quality IEPs

An 8-part video series with Carol Kosnitsky

Week 8: IEPs and Progress Monitoring and Reporting

IEPs and Progress Monitoring and Reporting

(33 minutes)

Developing processes to monitor progress toward measurable annual goals.  

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Past Lessons:

 

Part 1: The Special Education Administrator’s Guide to IEP Quality Assurance (1 hour, 7 minutes)

Introduction and overview of the tools, processes and considerations in equipping your teachers and staff to develop IEPs that improve student outcomes.

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Week 2: IEPs Built on a Strong Foundation (20 minutes)

A look at the data and stakeholder input to include in order to develop IEPs based on current, reliable and valid information.

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Week 3: IEPs and Curriculum Standards (31 minutes)

Writing IEPs with your Curriculum Standards in mind to equip students for meaningful participation and progress in the general education curriculum.

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Week 4: Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (22 minutes)

How the PLAAFP can be used as a structure to build the IEP document.

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Week 5: Measurable Annual Goals (28 minutes)

Writing IEP goals with student needs, strengths and appropriate performance criteria in mind.

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Week 6: IEPs and Services (31 minutes)

Identifying the services, supplementary aids and resources needed to enable the student to realize the goals detailed in the IEP.

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Week 7: The IEP and Transition Services (31 minutes)

Articulating a planning process designed to help students with disabilities take increasing responsibility for their future and support a smooth transition to adult life.

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Week 8: IEPs and Progress Monitoring and Reporting (33 minutes)

Developing processes to monitor progress toward measurable annual goals.

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About Carol Kosnitsky

Learn from the author of IEP Goals that Make a Difference: An Administrator’s Guide to Improving the Process, Carol Kosnitsky. Carol is a renowned author, consultant and national speaker on best practices in developing measurable and compliant goals and objectives. As a former Special Education Director, Supervisor and Teacher who has consulted with hundreds of school districts, she brings a great depth of practical experience and compassion to her work along with energy, insights, vision and systemic thinking. Funny and articulate, Carol inspires and informs.


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