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IEP Issues - Goals and Objectives

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  starFeatured Resource: The Goal Bankstar

A tremendously popular guide which gives hundreds of examples of goals in many areas of life and education. Download your copy today!


IEP Goals & Objectives: A Tactics and Strategy Session - In this article by Pete & Pam Wright, you will learn about Present Levels of Performance, Private Educational Specialist or Consultants, Measurable Annual Goals, Including Academic and Functional Goals, Accommodations & Modifications, Low Expectations, Lack of Skills, Avoiding Methodology Disputes, and more!


Resource Publication: THE ASSESSMENT OF BASIC LANGUAGE AND LEARNING SKILLS (ABLLS) : Tells where your child is and what his next goal should be in 26 different areas. $59.95. 800-853-1057.


Tests & Measurements for the Parent, Teacher, Advocate and Attorney by Pete & Pam Wright - Your child has received special education for three years. Has your child caught up with the peer group? Has your child fallen further behind? How can you tell?


Examples and Tips of Making IEP Annual Goals Measurable from Wisconsin's Department of Education.


Click here for examples of goals and objectives for a child with Autism/PDD - This is individualized and does not show all of the actual goals and interventions that are being done.


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