dr. william allan kritsonis - special education ppt
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- 1. Special Education William Allan Kritsonis, PhDIEP
2. What is an IEP? The Individualized education Program is a written statement for a student with a disability that is developed, reviewed and revised in a meeting of a committee on Special Education. 3. The law requires that the IEP mustcontain: A statement of the childs present levels of educationalperformance A statement of measurable annual goals including shortterms objectives if the student is assessed below gradelevel A statement of the special education, related services,supplementary aids and services, program modifications,and support for school personnel that will be provided to,or on behalf of, the child; An explanation of any exclusion of the child from theregular classroom and extracurricular activities 4. Cont. A statement of any modifications the child will need totake statewide or district-wide assessments, such as theTAKS. If the student is assessed in some other manner(such as through the SDAA or LDAA) the IEP mustspecify why this decision was made and how thestudents progress will be assessed. Dates for services to be provided, a long with thefrequency, duration, and location where services will beprovided; and A statement of how the parents will be regularly informedof the childs progress toward achieving the annualgoals. 5. IDEA In 1997 IDEA provided details and specificguidelines about how an IEP should bedeveloped, reviewed and altered asnecessary.(The IDEA was originally enacted by Congress in 1975 to make sure thatchildren with disabilities had the opportunity to receive a free appropriatepublic education, just like other children. ) 6. IEP represents: Individualized stands for the program isfocused on the unique needs of that specificstudent, Education means that the program is gearedtoward learning activities and program refers tospecific and clearly formulated annual goals andobjectives and the means of reaching thosegoals and objectives. 7. IEP example: 8. IEP Process Grade level content consideration Cultivate a present level of academicachievement and functional performance Craft measurable annual goals Create or identify a method to measureprogress Connect instruction with accommodations Conclude with state assessments 9. Who attend IEP meetings?A team including: Parent student if appropriate general education teacher special education teacher Local Education agency (LEA) supervisor for the specially designed instruction,(34C.F.R. 300.321) 10. Conclusion:An IEP determines placement and consists ofseventeen components. It must contain statement of the childs current level, measurable annual goals, any modificationsthat is needed and how the parents will be regularly informed of the childs progress.