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hi guys welcome back this time I am NOT.in my living room or in my filming room.I am actually in my classroom and I'm.gonna start this second part of the.series which is writing an IEP now I.have my computer in front of me it's not.because I'm trying to be rude it's.because I'm actually gonna be writing an.example IEP on my screen so part of this.video you'll see my screen as I'm typing.and that I'll be kind of narrating and.talking to you.mmm getting comfortable it's strange.because I stayed after school for.another like 30 minutes just to film.this so it's kind of straight and just.like everyone is gone in my school and.like the kids from after school are.playing in the the playground which I.can kind of see through the windows and.so I'm trying to do this quick because I.thought it would be the best possible.chance to film this video if I was.sitting right here already in the zone.in my classroom yeah but anyway we are.gonna write this IEP so we're going to.go piece by piece now I just want to say.every state is different I live in New.England so a lot of the states in New.England kind of do things in a similar.way but if you live in another state or.even in Canada and in different.provinces I know that they kind of look.different but ultimately they're all.kind of similar in that you need to.write information about the child you.need to make a goal you need benchmarks.or objectives and you need some sort of.service grid that talks about the.frequency and duration of the services.that the child will receive so in the.end it's all kind of the same we're.gonna start from the very beginning.first part is usually the beginning page.is kind of just the information about.the child now on the screen you can see.I'll make the students info something.silly like James oops.no way you can see James mmm Madison all.right so he goes to River Elementary.and that you cannot see of course.all right so we'll make his birthday.let's say he was born January hmm let's.see he was born January 1st 2013 so that.makes him 6 years old and then you would.fill in all the rest of this information.this is just kind of like the data sheet.that all schools need to have so let me.say that he's now 6 so we'll talk about.a sixth grade six year old.so first grader he'll be a male and then.this is gonna get into his parents.information so you might put that his.dad's also name is James Madison it's.the father can't spell father maybe they.live it one two three East Avenue in.Boston Massachusetts so this might be.the dad this might be the mom times your.district might fill this out sometimes.you might have to fill this out so let's.say the meeting date is May 23rd 2019.and this is an initial IEP meeting okay.so when you schedule the next annual.meeting it has to be a year has before.the next year so I would probably make.it May 22nd.2020 so has to be before this expires so.it might be earlier than May 22nd but.some time and if he was just evaluated.then you need three years for the real.value to put May 23rd 2022 so that would.be three years he'll get reevaluated he.might get reevaluated before that but.who knows so now we have more contact.information la-de-da-de-da and.the school information this usually you.can fill in whatever you want to fill in.with this so that one's kind of set.that's usually like the first page my.camera died so we're gonna get started.on part the next part which is actually.writing the IEP not just the data page.sorry.while my battery was charging I was.feeding the classroom pet which we have.to get goes and it's kind of creepy to.feed them because you got to give them.crickets so here we are we are going to.get started with writing our actual IEP.now we are in action so the first step.for the IEP is to talk about the dates.now here I have I'm gonna put from May.23rd all the way to May 22nd of the.following year the IEP is good for one.year so you have to make sure that the.dates of the IEP are actually correct.that they line up and you actually have.to have your meeting to go over your IEP.before the date is up from the following.year so that make sure you're in.compliance for the whole year so we'll.put our student's name which we said was.James Madison and here we can redo our.date of birth and this would have.insight the child's ID number if your.district does that and the grade level.which we're saying is they're in first.grade now it always kind of starts with.parent concerns so let's say that mom.and dad are concerned mom and dad are.concerned oops that James is not making.progress in his current first grade.class they want to see him succeed and.make friends that's super sweet now.you'd find these concerns at the actual.meeting you would actually ask the.parents and they would tell you what.they're concerned about and what they.want to see for their child in the.it's just to keep them involved in the.process which i think is great so this.part of the IP talks about the students.strengths and the evaluation summaries.so if someone writes an evaluation say.it's a neuropsych or a speech eval.something like that they need to type up.a summary that summary needs to go on.the IEP because this section is also.going to talk about how the child has.qualified for this IEP so at the bottom.it might say the child qualifies under.an autism diagnosis or something like.that so there needs to be summaries of.the evaluations so I'm not gonna do the.whole summary but just note that if you.write evaluation on a child there needs.to be a summary of it somewhere in the.IEP so we might talk about some of this.child's strengths though because it does.say student strengths so we might say.that James is a very energetic and.caring boy who enjoys making new friends.and coming to school we are off to a.great start.right I'm looking at some of my notes.right so heam we might say he responds.well to structured environments and.quality interventions he likes to play.games.talk about fortnight and draw pictures.you should be adding much much more you.might want to add more to that I'm just.giving you the basics I would beef that.up a little bit I would add some more.stuff about James some more stuff about.how he overall is in school in terms of.his temperament so I would add in some.more stuff about how the child is at.school we are not talking about their.deficits yet we are not talking about.what they fail at yet we are just.talking about strengths if you look at.this section it says strengths now like.I said each state is different you might.only get one section to talk about.whether the child what the child's good.at and what the child is not so good at.so for this part of the story about this.child and the IEP it just asks for.strengths and key evaluation summaries.so we might add a little bit more we.might include his evaluation so we might.leave space for the speech and language.evaluation summary now I'm just leaving.spaces for them occupational therapy.evaluation summary and we might also.include a category of disability now.this is important for this child we're.gonna put autism because that is the.primary disability that is going to.qualify him for all of his services and.that's it.if you're a speech-language pathologist.and you're watching this video or.occupational therapist or a physical.therapist and you're watching this video.hopefully at this point in your career.you know how to write a summary that's.not what we're focusing on we are gonna.focus on the goals but this before we do.we're going to talk about the present.level of performance so some districts.might put in a vision statement where do.you see the child in the next couple of.years and that can be really cool to.talk about in a meeting with parents.just to see what do you want your child.to do in a couple years what is your.vision for your first grader by the time.they're in fifth grade it's just kind of.cool to dream about all the stuff that.the child can do so now we are at the.present level of educational performance.so this is where we talk about what the.child is having trouble in right this is.not talking about the strengths that.this is talking about the challenges so.we see here it says check all that apply.what is affected by the students.disability this is really important this.is the educational performance so if the.child has autism and is not performing.academically in all areas then you.say that the child is affected in the.areas of English of history of Science.and Technology of math all of his.academics are affected by his disability.and you will need to check all those off.so this is where we can actually be.honest how does the disability or the.disabilities affect progress in the.curriculum area this is where the.teacher the special ed teacher gets to.write all that they want to write about.how this child needs help right so I.might state that James has been.diagnosed with autism and ADHD these.diagnoses can hinder his ability to.access the curriculum right I'm laying.it out plain and simple he can become.overwhelmed with challenging tasks and.will revert to running away ripping his.work up crying or what else does he do.throwing his pencil this is a.make-believe child I'm just trying to.combine all my kids together to make a.very realistic child okay at times he.might become unsafe choosing to hit.staff or hit another student yes this.does happen all right that's pretty real.is that how it's affecting him yes oh I.spilled with wrong oops we can add in.James has challenges with his.letter recognition counting listening to.directions and participating in class.room academic work so here we tasks what.type of accommodations if any are.necessary for the student to make.progress ho ho every single thing that.this child needs so James would benefit.from now this is where you list all the.accommodations that you think this child.would need I mean as small or as big as.you think they will need I would say per.choices provided let's see positive.behavioral supports we might need.scheduled breaks oops frequent breaks.this is what I do all day when I write.this.working with familiar staff members.anything that's an accommodation that.would be helpful needs to be listed I.mean it's vitally important and I think.anything that's listed here and it.becomes part of the IEP is final.so again if a kid were to move this.document goes with them and then this.child gets to have the same.accommodations they're here wherever the.next is how it's going to be instructed.how it's designed so are you going to.change the content of what you're.teaching do they need different content.if they're in first grade and all the.first graders are working on reading.fluency and they need to learn their.letters are you changing the content of.what they're learning yes and you need.to explain how are you changing the.methodology are they instead of being.taught in a large group are they going.to be taught in a small group setting.that's methodology or type of delivery.and then the next is performance.criteria most kids just get a report.card they get all their tests all their.homework sent home they get little notes.from home or if they have class dojo the.teacher might speak to the parents but.if a child with a disability needs a.different criteria of how to test their.performance they might need more data.they might need more teacher.observations they're gonna get progress.reports from their IEP every quarter so.those things need to be I'm telling you.I keep hearing voices those things need.to be written down and then the next.part instead of talking just about the.educational performance there are other.educational needs within the school.setting such as you know PE they're.self-regulation their behavior their.social emotional needs their language.needs communication fine motor gross.motor that's where all the other things.come into play so the speech the OT they.also need to write about what the child.is struggling with and how it's.affecting them now again if you're in.school and you have fine motor problems.it's important because you can't access.the academic curriculum because you.can't hold a pencil right so you need to.list all of that in the IEP so it goes.through that now a lot of times the.accommodations are going to be.the same they might need again a quiet.space smaller group frequent breaks.different choices behavioral supports if.they need to know T they need an.elevated desk they need special pencil.they might need an AAC device which is a.communication device those are the.accommodations you need to write in okay.they need to be clear if it's a school.given iPad that is that's helping them.communicate we need that in writing.stuff like that and then again in terms.of those other services like Social Work.speech PT ot how are you gonna change.the content again are you going to teach.them different things are you going to.bring them outside of the classroom.keeping them inside of the classroom.stuff like that you need to have that.written down now now we're gonna get to.actually writing some goals now every.school district every state has a.different way of writing goals so I.would definitely check with your mentor.check with if you're about to get your.first job I would check with all the.adults look at some example IEP s from.that school so that you write them in.the same way but for the most part.they're all kind of similar you first.again talk and summarize the current.performance levels so if I'm talking.about speech and language I might say.James you know he can use pronouns and.verb tenses correctly 20% of the time he.struggles to pronounce the letters r s t.th the sh sound stuff like that and then.I'm gonna write my gold up so the.benchmarks need to be measurable the.goal needs to be clear and concise and.they actually need to be able to reach.it within a year right if you have a kid.who you want them to learn their letters.and the goal is that by the end of the.year they're reading chapter books.that's not realistic and there's no way.you can measure that they're not gonna.make it right it needs to be small.incremental goals that the kid can.actually make and we can show that we're.making progress over the whole times so.for this a cadet this goal for speech we.might say that he'll use correct.grammatical forms.speech sounds and his understanding of.use of age-appropriate vocabulary and.concepts.James progress will be measured we will.be measured through observations weekly.data collection analysis and progress.reports so you need to write how you're.gonna measure it then the benchmarks.that James will stabilize and correctly.pronounce these different sounds and I.did it where it's by November 2019.february 2020 and april 2020.just to show how there's small amounts.of progress made over the course of the.coroners james will sort relevant and.irrelevant information to explain age.level vocabulary and spatial concepts.and during structured activities james.will correctly use pronouns and verb.tenses in simple sentences so that's the.example of the speech I'm telling you I.keep hearing things so I need to get out.of this building I this is ridiculous.it's like 4:30 I need to go next I'll.give an example of a reading goal so.James knows 13 out of 26 letters and 2.out of 26 letters sounds James is able.to listen to a story read aloud to him.for five minutes and is able to answer.grade level comprehension questions 35%.of the time so that's where he's.currently at that's his current.performance level now we're gonna look.at the annual goal so the annual goal.has to be attainable remember so James's.goal is James will be able to identify.all letters corresponding letter sounds.and be able to segment syllables in two.syllable words 60% of the time we will.know he has reached this goal through.formal assessments informal assessments.teacher observations curriculum tests.and progress reports so a whole bunch of.different ways to gather that.information which I think you need.multiple sources not just one so the.benchmarks James will be able to.identify all letters in the alphabet.with 70% success James will demonstrate.knowledge of all letter sounds with 60%.success and James will be able to.differentiate between two syllables in a.two syllable words in a two syllable.word with 50% success now that seems.very generic I'm giving you a generic.one because in between that you're gonna.work on those right you might work on.the letter identification one at a time.with visual supports with games with.activities right and through that you're.going to be taking data on how many.letters.James has learned each day or maybe take.the data once a week and collect it then.you're gonna try to talk to learn about.letter sounds you're gonna do different.activities different systems different.games group pairings different things to.learn the letter sounds and you're gonna.take data at certain intervals and then.again teaching two syllable words in the.different syllable segments again you're.going to be using all different types of.activities and so these different.benchmarks build upon each other right.it's kind of hard to learn about the.letter sounds if you don't even know the.letters first so they kind of build upon.each other.that make sense all right so the last.piece that I think is the most important.is the service delivery oh my gosh I.keep looking at my watch and it is now.435 and I really I really need to leave.this building I'm done so we're gonna.talk about the service delivery this is.very important so it's usually broken up.into three different sections it's.broken up into a into consultation which.is like grid one broken up into special.ed and related services in the general.ed classroom and then special ed and.related services and other settings.right so there's a difference so.sometimes speech OT PT they might have a.goal but they also might want a little.bit of consultation time with the.general ed teacher or with the special.ed teacher or even with the parents to.call the parents so that might go on the.top and it seems really small but it's.for this I wrote speech one time one.time a week for 10 minutes which means.maybe in the morning for the kids come.the speech lady stops in and speaks to.me a little bit we touch base on the.progress that the kid is making or what.we need or schedule changes and what.would work best for the chai.that needs to be documented that we're.at least talking about the child and.talking about the progress you know or.the OT want some of that time to or they.might want to call the parents and and.discuss further maybe once a week do a.quick check-in via email or phone call.something like that that also needs to.be documented that counts as.consultation time.so the second grid grid - is where you.talk about the services that they're.gonna get inside of the general ed.classroom so they might want reading.with a special ed teacher who comes in a.couple times a week for 30 minutes and.sits with them while they're with the.regular ed peers during their reading.group and is there to offer some.scaffolding some some extra support.while the other teacher is teaching.right that's still within the general ed.classroom that might be the special ed.teacher that might be the.paraprofessional that's working with the.child and the special ed teacher it all.depends but you need to write that in.the the grid that you think they would.benefit from you know maybe an hour a.week of additional support and reading.and they might need help with.self-regulation now I wrote in here that.it was five times three hundred and.sixty minutes that seems like a lot but.that's just all day right if the child.is working on their self-regulation.their behavior being reminded with.visual supports and trying to work on.staying calm during the day taking.frequent breaks a lot of that if they're.in the general ed setting is going to be.given by the general ed teacher that.doesn't mean that all day the general ed.teacher is looking and only working with.that student it just means that all the.things that are set in place are working.for this child by the general ed teacher.and maybe the special ed teacher and.then the last part is the service of the.service delivery is grids see which is.where it's in other settings.so that's if the child gets pulled out.by our math specialist pulled out by a.reading specialist or pulled out by the.special ed teacher to come into a.separate office and do separate work in.a quieter environment or they can work.on some remedial things you need to.document that as well because that is.not in the general ed setting or in the.general ed classroom it is outside of.the.and there's a difference because we know.that best practice is that you get that.you push into the classroom as a.specialist to work with the child so.that they're not losing time with their.peers and their peer models and the.social models so that is best practice.but if they need it they might need to.leave the class and come do their work.in a separate setting so you just need.to document that you're pulling the.child out of the classroom to come to a.different setting all of this seems very.silly and all the minutiae details but.it's important because everything does.need to be documented clear as day so.that if you go on maternity leave the.special ed teacher can come in behind.you the substitute or somebody and they.can see exactly what they need to do the.exact time the exact amount per week.that the child is getting those minutes.so that we can be in compliance with the.law so those are the main points.sometimes in an IEP s you might need to.write a little bit about if they want.extended year or summer school if they.have different transportation needs if.they get statewide testing you just need.to type or click what testing they are.going to get depending on your state and.depending on your grade and if they're.getting accommodations in during the.school year with a scribe and are read.aloud in a separate workspace and a.quiet environment chances are they're.going to need to also complete their.statewide testing with the same.accommodations so if you're giving a kid.a scribe and a read aloud and then they.get to the state test and they don't.have a scribe and they don't have a read.aloud and they don't know how to read.and write then you will probably see.some behaviors and their test scores.will suffer but if you write it in the.IEP that they can receive the same.accommodations at school as they do.during their statewide testing there you.go recipe for success a lot of times you.just need then to go through one last.time with the parents if they accept it.then they will check that they accept it.and they have to sign that they accept.the IEP if they reject it that.request a meeting to go over the parts.that they do not like and it like I said.it's a working draft and you get to go.back and forth and keep working on it.I think IEP writing is so much fun and I.hope that this was super super helpful.for you I know this is a strange type of.video but I'm hoping hearing the voice.and also seeing some examples of how to.write it can be super helpful and.encouraging to you all especially for.those who are about to start as a.special ed teacher getting in some.practice writing IEP s before you start.the school year is really important so.until next time thank you guys bye.

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