Do you have a student who has frequent conflict with their peers (refuses to share, argues, acts aggressively)? Do you want to monitor whether your social or behavior interventions are actually improving your students' social problem solving skills? This resource may be helpful for you!
This resource includes:
- Six pre-written IEP goals for improving peer-conflict resolution (appropriate for preschool through grade 5).
- Six individual teacher recording/data sheets.
- One page goal-selection guide to help you quickly decide which social emotional goal is right for your student.
- One blank teacher data sheet to use if you want to individualize it to meet your student's needs.
- Need to delegate data collection to Para Educators or Instructional Assistants? One sheet of directions is included that explains how what behaviors to observe for and how to record data on the teacher recording sheet.
This resource is meant to be used for:
- Preschool or Elementary school aged students (e.g. ages 4-12).
- Students with IEPs who have a Social Emotional goal area.
- Students who need to improve their social skills.
- Students who struggle to interact with their peers in positive ways.
- This resource is not intended to be used to discipline a student, or to only collect data on the misbehavior of a student. Please look for other resources that would be a more appropriate fit for that purpose.
- Please make sure you check the requirements of your state and school district when choosing IEP goals for a student. The goals included in this resource are intended as examples only.
- This resource doesn’t include social skills teaching materials.
Thanks for checking out this resource! I hope it’s helpful to you and your students! Leave me a review to let me know how this resource worked for you! -Julia