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  • 1. Special Education 510 1 SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM PLANNING SESSION 5 IEP PRESENT LEVELSSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 2. IEP defined 2  Individualized  Education  Program, able to access general ed curriculum  Defines support services.  Accommodations and modifications  Determine and set goals  Identify Least Restrictive EnvironmentSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 3. IEP purpose 3  Communication vehicle between parent and school district  Legal document used to plan together and solve disputes  Commitment of the District resources  Management tool for services  Compliance and monitoring tool  Defines process not method  Expected outcomes not a performance contractSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 4. Required Members 4  Collaboration and consensus  General Education teacher  Special Education teacher  LEA (local education agency representative)  Related services  Parent  Student  InterpreterSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 5. Define IEP student for assignment 5 Choose a disability Choose a deficit area of areas (A1) Determine assessments conducted  Formal, informal, review of records, observations, parent interview  If possible observe or conduct an assessment of some type, ask school psych, speech or resource teacherSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 6. Present Levels of Performance (PLOPS) 6  Academic and Functional performance including social and behavior  Existing evaluation data and most recent evaluation information  Progress toward goals(review previous IEP goals) IEP  Assessments conducted for IEP  Teacher observations and work samplesSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 7. PLOPs 7  Written in an easy to understand language  Assessment results described, not just scores  Define current functioning  Not just grades or test results  Basis for rest of IEP componentsSPED 510 Spring 2012
  • 8. PLOPS 8  Second language information and test results  Transition assessments and interests  Parent input and additional information  Additional services  Speech, physical education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, health, vision, hearing, mobilitySPED 510 Spring 2012