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  1. 1. IEP Presentation North Carolina Individual Education Plan (IEP)/DEC4 Anthony Maiorano Concordia University Online
  2. 2. Speaker Notes • Click to see Speaker Notes – URL: – https://www.scribd.com/doc/261583519/EDSP- 524-or-528-Anthony-Maiorano-IEP-Presentation- Speaker-Notes-Week-1
  3. 3. General Purposes • Establish measurable annual goals for the child • State the special education and related services and supplementary aids and services that the Local Education Agency (LEA) will provide to, or on behalf of, the child – the general education curriculum -- math, science, history, language arts – extracurricular activities – clubs, activities – nonacademic activities – speech, occupational therapy
  4. 4. Checklist
  5. 5. Checklist [Blue Underline MS WordGenerated] • DEC/Prior Notice: Invitation to Conference-Parent – Ten business days prior to meeting • Minutes – a running ledger of meeting minutes • Handbook – Procedural Safeguards • DEC 4/IEP – Individual Education Plan (see following sides) • DEC 5/Prior Notice: Prior Written Notice • DEC 6/Consent for Services/Prior Notice: Informed Consent for Initial Provision of Services • Must be in folder prior to any services
  6. 6. Details REMEMBER TO BE EXTREMELY DETAILED WHEN WRITING THE IEP
  7. 7. Student Profile • Includes – Student Strengths – what the student does well at – Assessment Data – cumulative folder review – Parental Concerns – what caregiver sees as an issue – Parental Vision – where parent sees student – Transition Factors – new school, new testing used (Read to Achieve)
  8. 8. Consideration of Special Factors • Behavior Issues – does the student have behavior issues which impede learning – Address in IEP and Functional Behavior Assessment • Blind – vision worse than 20 200 corrected • Communication Needs – Speech (SLT) or Occupational Therapy (OT) – Address in ‘Occupational Therapy (OT) & Speech (SLT) Related Services’ • Deaf – ≥50 but ≤120dB @ 120 – 8000 pitch
  9. 9. Post Secondary Transition [High School Only] • Students aspirations in high school and desires after high school (career)
  10. 10. Present Level of Academic & Functional Performance (PLAFP) • Annual Goal – The overall specific, measureable, attainable, relevant, and timely, objective of the IEP • Benchmarks/Objectives – Short term, measureable outcomes • Monitoring Instruments – Items used to measure progress
  11. 11. General Education (GE) Participation • Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) – School Day/Classes Broken Down by class(es) Presentation Response Setting • Hear instructions orally • Dictate answers to a scribe • Test in small group setting • Listen to audio recordings instead of reading text • Capture responses via audio device • Preferential seating close to board/teacher Curriculum Scheduling Assignment • Excused from particular projects • Sections of a test in a different order • Write shorter papers • Graded or assessed using a different standard • Take test during specific time • Answer fewer test questions
  12. 12. Assessment Participation • 60 calendar days prior to testing window • Test Name – Read to Achieve; End of Grade or Course, etc • Participation • Specifics – How ‘participation’ will be given and documented • Braille • Large Print • 1 item:1 page • Dictate to Scribe • Extended Time • Small Group • Separate Setting • Read Aloud • Mark in Book • Dictionary Usage (ELL)
  13. 13. Frequency of Services • Amount of time student receives services – Time (How Long?) – What Areas (Math, Science, Social Studies) – Frequency (How many times) – Where (General Education Room, Speech Room)
  14. 14. Removal for Services [OccupationalTherapy(OT)& Speech Language Therapy(SLT)] • Occupational Therapy &/or Speech – Where, When, and How the student will go
  15. 15. Educational Placements • Inclusive (≤80 % of Day with Non Disabled) • Resource (≤39% – ≥79% of Day with Non Disabled) • Separate (≥39% with Non Disabled) • Hospital • Homebound
  16. 16. Extended School Year (ESY) • Is student eligible for Extended School Year? – Regresses or may regress during…breaks…and cannot relearn the lost skills within a reasonable time – Beneficial…gains…will be…jeopardized if…not provided with an educational program during extended breaks from instruction – Demonstratingemerging critical skill acquisition …will be lost without…program during extended breaks from instruction
  17. 17. Individual Education Plan (IEP) Team • The Signature Page – Must include • Local Education Agency (LEA) Representative • Exceptional Education Children (EC) Teacher • General Education (GE) Teacher – If Needed and services are warranted » Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) » Occupational Therapist (OT)
  18. 18. References • North Carolina Department ofPublicInstruction (NC DPI) Exceptional ChildrenDivision:http://ec.ncpublicschools.gov/ • North Carolina (NC)Special EducationReference:http://policy.microscribepub.com/cgi- bin/om_isapi.dll?clientID=181500&infobase=ncser.nfo&softpage=PL_frame • North Carolina Exceptional Children (EC)Form List: http://ec.ncpublicschools.gov/policies/forms/statewide-forms • CECAS: • SMART Image: http://www.dadislearning.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/SMART-goals.gif • Classroom Photos:http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ce/Elementary_classroom_in_Alaska.jpg • ClassroomPhotos:http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- 8OcZpPvNzKY/UDjZRS4BIeI/AAAAAAAAAVs/iEAG40AT7SI/s1600/100_0741.JPG • Classroom Photo:http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-InUY2Z4_kqk/UDVNx5nIimI/AAAAAAAAAII/oOA15ArtkrY/s1600/IMG_2752.JPG • Speech Language PathologistImage: https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=JN.0oHMRxSPPoHQP5zzHSxQNw&pid=15.1&P=0
  19. 19. Works Cited • Maiorano, A.(2015, March 14). CECAS ESY Form . Raleigh:North Carolina DepartmentofPublic Instruction.Retrieved from CECAS. • Strom, E. (2013, January03). Common Modifications and Accommodations. Retrieved from Understood: https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/treatments-approaches/educational-strategies/common- modifications-and-accommodations
  20. 20. Submit Assignment: Week 1 – IEP Presentation Due Saturday When Congress reauthorized IDEA (2004) they made significant changes to Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in several areas. Create a PowerPoint Presentation (15 - 20 slides) that identifies and explains all the key components of an IEP. Orient this presentation to all the following stakeholders involved: • Administrators • Parents • Paraeducators • Students • General EducationTeachers • Related service team members such as: speech therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists. Include speaker notes, title page, and reference page. Review Oregon’s Department of Education as well as your state’s department of education websites to assist with this assignment as well as the following links and resources: http://nichcy.org/schoolage/iep/iepcontents (NICHCY, 2010) http://idea.ed.gov/explore/view/p/,root,dynamic,TopicalBrief,10, (U.S. Department of Education,Office of Special Education Programs, 2006) Oregon Standard IEP (ODE, 2010) http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1163 Sample IEP-1 [PDF]
  21. 21. Distinguished Competent Basic Poor Failing Lists and identifies all major components in an IEP. Points: 10 Points: 9 Points: 8 Points: 7 Points: 6 Addresses all stakeholders including: administrators, parents, paraeducators, students, general education teachers, related services staff (PT, OT, SLP, AT). Points: 10 Points: 9 Points: 8 Points: 7 Points: 6 Provided speakers throughout the presentation. Points: 10 Points: 9 Points: 8 Points: 7 Points: 6 The graphics explain and reinforce screen text and presentation. Includes a variety of graphics, text, and animation. Creative use of navigational tools and buttons. Points: 10 Points: 9 Points: 8 Points: 7 Points: 6 Uses correct grammar, spelling, and accurate APA style for in-text citations and references throughout. Points: 6 Points: 5 Points: 4 Points: 3 Points: 2 Submitted on time Points: 4 Points: 3 Points: 2 Points: 1 Points: 0

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  • Maiorano, A. (2015, March 14). CECAS ESY Form . Raleigh: North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Retrieved from CECAS.

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