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30 05, 2019

Reinforcing IEP Goals Over the Summer

2019-07-02T15:28:16-05:00

If your child isn’t attending a summer learning program, you may worry about how he or she will keep up while school’s out. But you can help reinforce your child's IEP goals, even if he or she doesn’t have school services in the summer. Here’s how.

Reinforcing IEP Goals Over the Summer2019-07-02T15:28:16-05:00
8 02, 2017

Ignoring This Will Derail Your Child’s IEP Goals: An IEP Strategy

2017-06-30T15:42:24-05:00

Traits, personality traits, or characteristics … no matter what you call them, if ignored, it is almost a guarantee that your child’s IEP goals will fail. What are these traits you ask?  They are the immeasurable qualities that make your child who they are. Things like: Your child’s learning style Your child’s interests Your child’s anxiety triggers or fears Your child’s view of themselves Knowing and documenting these characteristics will help everyone on the ARD committee understand how best to provide services to your child. It will also help you determine if a particular intervention or accommodation is right for your [...]

Ignoring This Will Derail Your Child’s IEP Goals: An IEP Strategy2017-06-30T15:42:24-05:00
27 01, 2017

Student Progress Monitoring: What This Means for Your Child

2017-06-30T15:46:16-05:00

Progress monitoring can give you and your child’s teacher information that can help your child learn more and learn faster, and help you make better decisions about the type of instruction that will work best with your child. Our children’s progress is being monitored constantly at school, through the steady stream of homework assignments, quizzes, tests, projects, and standardized tests. On first hearing the term “student progress monitoring,” our initial reaction may be “they’re doing this already!” or “more tests?”. But do you really know how much your child is learning or progressing? Standardized tests compare your child’s performance with other [...]

Student Progress Monitoring: What This Means for Your Child2017-06-30T15:46:16-05:00
17 01, 2017

Are grades based on progress toward IEP goals or mastery of the curriculum?

2017-06-30T15:53:05-05:00

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQ9mYEXdOEw&w=500 If a student is receiving instruction in a resource setting, do you determine grades based on progress toward their IEP goals or on progress toward mastery of the curriculum? All students are general education students first. For all students in the state of Texas grades K-12, the state standards are the TEKS. A student’s education setting does not change curriculum standards. Students should earn grades for activities in which they are accessing the standards. […]

Are grades based on progress toward IEP goals or mastery of the curriculum?2017-06-30T15:53:05-05:00
13 01, 2017

Does Mastery of a Student’s IEP Goal Constitute Mastery of a Course?

2017-06-30T15:58:26-05:00

TEC §28.021(a) requires that promotion from one grade level to the next be determined “only on the basis of academic achievement or demonstrated proficiency of the subject matter of the course or grade level.” Mastery of an IEP goal does not automatically constitute passing a course, and passing a course does not automatically equate to mastering an IEP goal. […]

Does Mastery of a Student’s IEP Goal Constitute Mastery of a Course?2017-06-30T15:58:26-05:00

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