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Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings

Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
Student Self-Evaluation for IEP Meetings
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Have middle and high school kids complete a self-evaluation report to participate in their own IEP meetings. By reflecting on their progress, kids and young adults can begin to take charge and accountability for their own IEP meetings. With this free form, students will reflect on their academics, behavior, and attendance. They will identify what worked well for them, what they need to improve, and highlight any changes they might like to see for their next IEP.

Why Students Need to Participate in their IEP Meetings
The research is clear that student participation in their IEP meetings can be extremely beneficial for kids and young adults. One first step in having students participate in their own meetings is having them evaluate their progress and present a progress report at the table.

How to Use
Prior to the IEP meeting, conference with the student about their IEP (individualized Education Program). You can use this time to go over their IEP, discuss their disability, strengths, needs, goals, modifications, and any other element of their plan.

Next, have students fill out the self-evaluation progress report to self-assess their own progress throughout the year. Note that a sample form is included if you need to show the student an example of what they should be filling out.

Ideally, the student will bring this form to the meeting. If the student is invited to the meeting, let the student know that he or she will be discussing and presenting this at the meeting. This is best because it gives the student a chance to participate in their own IEP meeting and share accountability for their growth and progress. However, sometimes IEP teams choose to not invite students to the meetings for a variety of reasons. If the student will not be attending the meeting, let him or her know that you will be presenting their report for them.

Try Student-Led IEP Meetings
{ Student-Led IEP Meetings }
Allow middle and high school kids to lead their own IEP meetings by preparing a script, progress report, and goal review pages. Student-led IEP meetings are a practice that allow kids and young adults to take charge and accountability for their own IEP meetings. With support and some planning, kids and young adults can actually take a significant amount of responsibility over their own meetings. Following a script, students will lead the IEP team through all the critical elements of the meeting. They will report on their own individual progress, review their goals, develop new goals, identify necessary modifications and accommodations, and help develop an entire learning plan for themselves within the meeting.


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