Teachers have many challenges in classrooms today. One of these challenges are students that have behavioral needs. Behavior is a challenging problem within the classroom for the teacher, student, and other students in the class. Understanding how to manage students with behavior and specifically those that have an IEP that addresses behavior on it is vital for the success of the student. Although this product specifically addresses students with an Individual Education Plan, this product can also be used by basic education teachers who may need some help addressing behavior.
Included in this product are:
30 behavior/social goals for IEP development
An IEP resource for teachers to determine if behavior goals should be on the IEP
2 Student Input forms (one for Students with autism and one general input form)
2 Parent Input forms (one for Students with Autism and one general input form)
Accommodation list for for teachers to help students with behavior be more successful
People who may benefit from this product are:
Special Education Teachers
Regular Education Teachers
Each of the IEP goal sheets can be used for the development of an IEP to make sure the whole student is being captured. The percentages and trials can be changed to fit your needs in the classroom. The accommodation list is an excellent resource to determine what accommodations need to be placed on an IEP and which accommodations have been mastered by the student. The sample goals can be used as is or changed to meet your students behavior.
Parent input sheets are very important in the creation of an IEP. It is important to determine what input the teacher would need from the parent to create the IEP. In addition, student input is so valuable since the plan is their plan that they will need to help them be successful in the classroom. I have included two sets of parent input and student input forms. One of the input forms is specific for students
who have autism or are lower cognitively.