This training package has been developed collaboratively with staff from the and the Western Regional Resource Center (WRRC) in response to the need expressed from state and local providers to have specific information and resources about developing Individualized Family Service Plan ( IFSP) outcomes and Individualized Education Plan ( IEP) goals. First introduced in September 2012, this revised training package includes:.
an introductory video (at right);. a set of six fully scripted PowerPoint presentations;. handouts, activities and supplemental materials; and.All the materials needed, including instructions for use and adaptation, are included in the training package. To familiarize yourself with this product, we invite you to view an overview of the training package, the materials within, and information on how to adapt the materials for your own use.
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Mary Peters, ECTA Center. Photo: Alex LazaraThe training packages' presentation materials are provided in Microsoft Powerpoint format in six sections. Each presentation includes information for both Early Intervention ( EI) and Early Childhood Special Education ( ECSE) settings, and can be freely edited and adapted by presenters based on needs such as time allotted and audience.Each presentation includes activities, links to additional resources and a link back to the webpage you're reading right now.
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The closing slide of each section has been set up for up to two presenters to add their own contact information.Presentation materials last updated: July 17, 2014. (12.3 MB). (8.9 MB). (4.4 MB). (13.4 MB). (5.4 MB). (2.9 MB).
Handouts, Activities and Supplemental MaterialsNote: The section and slide numbers provided for these resources match the downloadable presentations linked above. Editing and adapting those presentations may result in changes to the slides' numbers. Make any edits to these materials carefully!Handout materials last updated: July 17, 2014Handout, Activity, SupplementTitle and LinkEI / ECSESection,Slide(s)AnnotationHandoutEI, ECSESection 1,Slide 1This document provides the purpose and background, content organization and use and adaptation suggestions for the training.
IEP Goals and Objectives BankA 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 possible IEP goals is infinite. The list could go on forever.But what you will gain here:. How to write SMART IEP goals.
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What is a Measurable goal?. Where to find IEP goal ideas for you to browse and implement. I thought it would just be easier to do an overview of SMART goals and then provide some IEP goal banks. No sense in reinventing the wheel! I mean think about it-time management goals, social skills goals, and self-advocacy goals.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg.While you’re here, you may want to take a look at these, answered by an advocate. (and I had help) IEP Goal BankThis one is excellent because of how it cross-references with itself. You’ll see what I mean once you start clicking around and looking for IEP goals.