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  • Assign each student a color group RED, BLUE, GREEN, YELLOWIn each color group, assign each student a number 1-4 First have color groups meet – each takes one case study and writes TWO goalsAfter goals are written, the “experts” get together by NUMBER and share their goals and rationale

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  • Setting IEP Goals SMART Specific Measurable Action Words Realistic Timely
  • Genera l Specific Reading Math Science Behavior What skill? How many? What conditions? Level of achievement For how long?
  • Let’s set some goals!
  • • Marcus will solve addition problems involving two digit numbers with 90% accuracy in 4 out of 5 attempts. General Specific • Joshua will be able to define more words. General Specific • Caitlyn will begin to clean up her work area and transition promptly when asked. General Specific Make it better
  • KevinSara Jos h
  • • Sara has been identified as Developmentally Delayed • Preschool classroom – 4 years old • Does not like to participate in group activities • Sits by herself and is off task during group time
  • • 2nd grade student with a learning disability • Struggles in mathematics • Kevin can not remember his addition facts
  • • Josh has a specific learning disability • Josh struggles in writing • Josh cannot write a properly structured paragraph
  • • Micah is in 1st grade • Has trouble making friends • Easily angered • Hits other students