The Iep From A To Z

Author: Diane Twachtman-Cullen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118015674
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A truly comprehensive, teacher- and parent-friendly guide to creating clear and effective IEPs With the skyrocketing diagnoses of ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and related conditions in U.S. schools, there is a growing need for information on creating effective IEPs for exceptional students. The IEP From A to Z is a step-by-step guide showing teachers and parents how to get the right education plan in place for students with ADHD, Autism/Asperger's, Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance, and related conditions. Provides easy-to-understand explanations of the special education process along with a wealth of sample effective IEPs Explains what is most important for educators and parents to keep in mind during IEP development Provides content area-specific sample goal and objective templates, general teaching tips for maintaining the IEP, and useful resources From nationally recognized experts in the special education field, this book guides readers through the process of writing thoughtful, intelligent Individualized Education Plans that deliver high-quality, need-based educational programming to exceptional students.

Writing Measurable Iep Goals And Objectives

Author: Barbara D. Bateman
Publisher: Attainment Company Inc
ISBN: 1578617251
Size: 13.95 MB
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Many special educators experience IEPs as burdensome, time-consuming legal documents that they quickly file with no intention of ever using. Many parents experience the IEP development process as intimidating, frustrating, and pointless. Too often, hours are spent laboring over IEP goals which are still unsatisfactory. However, measurable goals and objectives can be surprisingly fast, easy to write, and helpful, once the skill has been learned. This IEP best-practices book can teach you how. Authored by special education and IEP law specialists Dr. Barbara Bateman and Cynthia Herr, it has been completely updated for IDEA 2004.

The Complete Iep Guide

Author: Lawrence M. Siegel
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 1413323855
Size: 32.63 MB
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This is the best available guide for parents of children with disabilities. It combines legal information with practical advice and gives parents the step-by-step instructions they need to navigate the complicated process of creating and maintaining an IEP for their child with special needs.

Data Without Tears

Author: Terri Chiara Johnston
Publisher: Research PressPub
ISBN: 9780878226276
Size: 12.17 MB
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How does Shakespeare's treatment of human sexuality relate to the sexual conventions and language of his times? Pre-eminent Shakespearian critic Stanley Wells draws on historical and anecdotal sources to present an illuminating account of sexual behaviour in Shakespeare's time, particularly in Stratford-upon-Avon and London. He demonstrates what we know or can deduce about the sex lives of Shakespeare and members of his family. He also provides a fascinating account of sexuality in the poetry of the period and suggests that at the time Shakespeare was writing most of his non-dramatic verse a group of poets including Marlowe, Barnfield, and Drayton were catering especially for readers with homoerotic tastes. The second part of Shakespeare, Sex, & Love focuses on the variety of ways in which Shakespeare treats sexuality in his plays and how he relates sexuality to love. Wells shows that Shakespeare's attitude to sex developed over the course of his writing career, and devotes whole chapters to The Fun of Sex'---to how he raises laughter out of the matter of sex in both the language and the plotting of some of his comedies, portrayals of sexual desire; to Romeo and Juliet as the play in which Shakespeare focuses most centrally on issues relating to sex, love, and the relationship between them; to sexual jealousy, traced through four major plays; `Sexual Experience; and `Whores and Saints'. A final chapter, `Just Good Friends'; examines Shakespeare's rendering of same-gender relationships. This valuable resource is designed for educators faced with the daunting task of collecting meaningful data to meet a variety of legal and administrative requirements. Educators will learn how to collect data; when and where to collect it; and how to interpret it.

The Iep Checklist

Author: Kathleen G. Winterman
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781598573893
Size: 39.21 MB
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Design effective IEPs that improve student outcomes" and" meet legal requirements.

Getting The Most Out Of Ieps

Author: Colleen A. Thoma
Publisher: Brookes Pub
ISBN: 9781557669445
Size: 18.61 MB
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With the first how-to guidebook on student-directed IEPs, elementary and high school educators will empower students with a range of special needs to take a lead role in directing their education, advocating for support, and shaping a bright, self-determi

All About Ieps

Author: Peter W. D. Wright
Publisher: Ingram
ISBN: 9781892320209
Size: 69.70 MB
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In this comprehensive, easy-to-read book, you will find clear, concise answers to frequently asked questions about IEPs. Learn what the law says about IEP Teams and IEP Meetings, Parental Rights and Consent, Steps in Developing the IEP, Placement, Transition, Assistive Technology and Strategies to Resolve Disagreements.

Writing Measurable Functional And Transition Iep Goals

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ISBN: 9781578618118
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Setting and following goals in many different skill areasTransition goals are part of the IEP for every student with multiple and/or significant disabilities and those with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. These goals include social skills, communication, transportation, leisure/recreation, self-care and housekeeping. Writing Measurable Functional and Transition IEP Goals simplifies the process of developing these highly complex functional and transition IEP goals.

Kids In The Syndrome Mix Of Adhd Ld Autism Spectrum Tourette S Anxiety And More

Author: Martin L. Kutscher
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 085700882X
Size: 73.29 MB
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The completely updated and expanded new edition of this well-established text incorporates DSM-5 changes as well as other new developments. The all-in-one guide covers the whole range of often co-existing neuro-behavioral disorders in children – from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety, to autism spectrum disorders, nonverbal learning disabilities, Tourette's, sensory integration problems, and executive dysfunction. A completely revised chapter on the autism spectrum by Tony Attwood explains not only new understanding in the field, but the new diagnostic criteria, and the anticipated usage of the term 'Asperger's Syndrome'. Dr. Kutscher provides accessible information on causes, symptoms, interactions with other conditions, and treatments. He presents effective behavioral strategies for responding to children who display traits of these disorders – whether at home, at school, or in other settings – along with case vignettes and practical tips. Finally, a chapter on the role of medications summarizes current knowledge. The author's sympathetic yet upbeat approach and skillful explanations of the inner world of children in the syndrome mix make this an invaluable companion for parents, teachers, professionals, and anyone else who needs fast and to-the-point advice on children with special needs.