What is IEP?
*A multidisciplinary education plan that is developed for a specific student.
*Educated decisions that guide to an individualized education plan.
Why is the IEP significant?
*The IEP Team places an IEP into effect before offering special education and services to a student.
*The IEP is applied after the meeting.
*The IEP Team modifies the IEP and evaluates it at least annually.
*The IEP meeting must include all of the necessary members and parent contribution must be certain.
How to evaluate progress?
*The IEP team will need to collect information from several resources. This information will contain subjective observations of the child in assorted environments and objective testing.
*Each school district must be certain that one or both of the parents of a child with a disability are there, or have a chance to be present at, each meeting.
*Reason of the meetings must be explained to the parents.
*Parents have the chance to contribute in all meetings regarding their child.)
Goals and objectives of the IEP:
*The IEP should include a statement of yearly goals.
*The goals and objectives should be associated to your child's requirements that is an outcome from the disability.
*The IEP should allow your child to improve in the general curriculum.
* The purpose should meet other educational needs that are an effect from your child's disability.
*The IEP goals should focus on dropping or removing the child's problems.
*The short term objectives should offer you with ways to evaluate the educational development.
*An IEP should include ways to independently measure the child's growth or lack of development in the program.