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Special Education Services & IEPs - Chapter Summary
Feel confident in your understanding of special education services and IEPs by examining this self-paced chapter. These informative lessons closely examine IEP teams, evaluation team reports, measurable goals in an IEP and much more. Study this chapter at any pace that can help you fully comprehend these topics. When you've finished, you will be able to:
- Differentiate between prereferral, screening and referral assessments in special education
- Describe ways for students to qualify for special education services
- Share the components and uses of evaluation team reports in special education
- Explain the function, purpose and guidelines of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
- List and describe components of the legally-defensible IEP
- Define and share examples of measurable goals in IEP
- Provide the definition of the IEP team
- Exhibit knowledge of the continuum of placement and services in special education
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1. How Students Qualify for Special Education Services
Understanding how students qualify for special education services can seem like an overwhelming task, but it doesn't have to be. In this video, we will break down the basics of special education qualification in the K-12 public school system.
2. Evaluation Team Report: Components & Uses in Special Education
An evaluation team report contains many useful parts for special education teachers. This lesson will review the typical components and discuss ways to use the information.
3. Individualized Education Plan (IEP): Function, Purpose & Guidelines
The Individualized Education Plan is a critical document for children who receive special education services. In this video, we will take a brief look at the development and function of this important document.
4. Components of a Legally-Defensible Individualized Education Program
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that each Individualized Education Program contain certain elements. This lesson summarizes the essential components of a legally defensible IEP.
5. Measurable Goals in an IEP: Examples & Definition
Explore the world of the Individual Education Program, including the definition, the writing of measurable goals, and an example of an IEP goal. A definition of the plan and the individuals involved in its creation are discussed. Three areas of focus for drafting goals as well as the way in which goals are determined are areas of focus.
6. What is an IEP Team?
This lesson is designed to define and discuss what an IEP team is and why it's important. We'll identify the key players that are a part of an IEP team and list their responsibilities.
7. Continuum of Placement & Services in Special Education
This lesson gives a brief overview of the educational placement options available to students with disabilities and discusses some requirements for determining placement.
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- Students with Individual Disabilities, Disorders & Impairments
- Historical, Legal & Ethical Foundations of Special Education
- Behavioral Assessment, Intervention & Support
- Student Assessment in SPED
- Curriculum Planning & Accessibility in SPED
- Instructional Practices for Student Success in SPED
- Technology in the Special Needs Classroom
- Communication & Social Skills in the SPED Classroom
- Transition Planning & Life Skills for SPED Students
- Managing the Learning Environment in Special Education
- Communication & Collaborative Approaches in Special Education
- Effective Teaching & Professional Growth in Special Education
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