Creating IEP goals that are meaningful for both the student and the teacher is going to led to more progress. The goal needs to be meaningful to the student by identifying an area of need that will allow that student more opportunities for growth and increased independence. The goal needs to be meaningful to the teacher by creating a clear plan for goal implementation and progress monitoring.
In this episode, I share 5 steps towards writing great IEP goals. I discuss how utilizing actionable words, establishing mastery criterion that makes sense, fully including the parents as parent of the team, and more will result in more complete and effective IEP goals.
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