This product is a "Cheat Sheet" that special ed. and gen. ed teachers will frequently use to remind themselves of what is in each special ed. student's IEP instead of digging out and through their IEP, which can be time consuming. The "Cheat Sheet" is a "quick see" that I use to summarize all of my student's IEP's so I don't have to carry it around. The sheet contains information such as...
-Student's Identification (SLD, SLI, ID, OH, OT, etc...)
-Goals (Whether or not they have reading, writing, math, behavior, speech, occupational therapy goals, etc...)
-Students LRE (Least Restrictive Environment)
-Student's Accommodations and Modifications
and much more!
It's a great reference sheet for both the special ed. and gen. ed. teacher and even the admin.
As a special education teacher, I find that it's helpful to carry a handy "Cheat Sheet" with me throughout the day. It's also great to give the general education teachers that work with this student a copy of the "Cheat Sheet". The gen. ed. teachers appreciate it and you cover yourself in regard to your responsibility in making the gen. ed. teachers aware of the special ed. students needs. Principals will be really impressed too! Use this table to highlight each students needs or use it as an example in making your own chart.