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Guide to Writing Quality Individualized Education Programs, 2/e Gordon S. Gibb, Brigham Young University Tina Taylor Dyches, Brigham Young University ISBN: 0205495451 This bestselling guide: bull; bull; Reduces the complexity of IEP development to seven basic steps, based on the requirements and regulations of IDEA 2004. bull; Prepares teacher candidates with excellent IEP writing skills. bull; Offers in-service teachers an accurate resource for continuing professional development in this critical area. bull; Is based on new case studies with complete IEPs for four elementary and secondary students with mild/moderate and bull; severe disabilitiesincluding transition planning. Additional features include: bull; bull; Step-by-step instruction for IEP developmentusing explanation, modeling, practice, and formative feedback for self-guided individual or group learning. bull; References for further learning. bull; Helpful Introduction providing quick overview of special education and the requirements and regulations of IDEA 2004. bull; Practice in differing requirements for students taking alternative assessments. bull; Answers to Tricky Questions About IEPs that teachers often encounter. [ MyLabSchool Ad ]
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Special Education and the Individualized Education Program|
|Describe the student's present levels of academic achievement and functional performance|
|Write measurable annual goals|
|Measure and report student progress|
|State the services needed to achieve annual goals|
|Describe the extent to which the student will not participate in the regular class and other activities|
|Explain accommodations necessary for state and district-wide assessments|
|Complete transition plans for students age 16 and older|
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