***What are the two most exciting experiences for a teacher?
*****1) Watching a student begin to enjoy and see a purpose in their education &
*****2) watching the joy and pride that overcomes a student when they have reached a goal they worked towards!****
These forms are great talking points in teacher-student or parent-student interviews while creating a post-secondary plan for living. Designed for students with a wide range of abilities and interests, this will be applicable for many classrooms. They also double as data collection forms for you to report on IEPs. It is also useful for the student to see their progress towards their goals on a regular basis.
Help your students "buy in" to their education! If they have a purpose and a goal and they see why they need to do certain things to get to their goal, you will see less resistance in the classroom.
This is also helpful for secondary students to learn self-advocacy skills by teaching them about their disability and their personal needs.
If you are a new teacher, or a parent of a child with an IEP, this is a great resource to help guide IEP decisions. There are pages for both skills based IEPs as well as Common Core based IEPs.
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Looking for some products to help support inclusion? Check out the following resources created for pre-teaching as well as re-teaching Middle School Vocabulary.
Thank you and I truly hope this is a useful resource for your classroom!
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