Social Emotional IEP Goal Progress Monitoring:
Goal #2 Solving Conflict with Peers
In this resource you’ll find:
- Six sample annual IEP goals to use for measuring and the student’s progress toward solving conflict with their peers.
- Six individual teacher recording sheets - one for each goal. Data sheets include specific descriptions of what to look for when observing the student.
- If none of the teacher recording sheets meet your student’s exact needs - a blank one is provided after goal 2F. You can customize it to meet your student’s needs.
- One sheet of directions which is meant for Para Educators, Instructional Assistants, or other educational support professionals who might need to help an IEP case manager observe and collect progress monitoring on goals.
- A guide for deciding which social emotional goal is right for your student.
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 meant for:
- School discipline of a student, or to collect data on the misbehavior of a student. Please look for other resources that would be a more appropriate fit for that purpose.
- Teaching social emotional skills to a student. It only includes sample IEP goals, directions, and teacher recording sheets.
*Please make sure you check the requirements of your state and school district when writing IEP goals for a student. The goals included in this resource are intended as examples only.
Thanks for checking out this resource! I hope it’s helpful to you and your students. Leave me feedback if you have ideas of other social skills you need IEP goals for! - Mrs. Julia