There is so much information to be collected when you're writing an IEP, from testing information, to teacher and student or family input. This is an easy, comprehensive way to collect all of this information, and be fully prepared when you're writing your IEPs. Gone are the days of stopping in the middle of an IEP to find testing data, or to remember you need input from a teacher.
The three main academic areas - reading, writing, and math - are covered, as well as areas for behavior, accommodations, parent input, and transition goals.
I've been using and tweaking this graphic organizer for years, and it has cut down on the IEP writing time.
It's a one page, .pdf file that you will use again and again.
I use this for every student on my resource caseload. With my caseload of 20+ students, that's less than 10 cents per kid, and that's just for one year. Use it multiple years and the cost goes down even more!