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Individualized Education Plan

Individualized Education Plan

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Published by Allan Labad

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Published by: Allan Labad on Feb 10, 2012
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An IEP (an Individual Education Plan) may seem like a newfad, but it isn¶t. It might seem like a lot of extra work for a busyteacher, but it doesn¶t have to be. Planning for the individualchild is something teachers have always done, sometimeswithout even realizing it. Good teacher:-observe what the child is able to do.-talk-with the parents about the child¶s needs.-set goals for the child.-teach the child new skills.-check that the skills have been learnt.Then the process begin over again: observe, consult, setgoals, teach, check, observe«
The IEP is simply a new name for a more organizedapproach to this process. And also, the simple stepsoutlined, encourage the teacher to seek the ideas and adviceof other key people in the child¶s life. The teacher does nothave to do it all alone. In fact she shouldn¶t. Everyoneconcerned with this student needs to get together to decideon common goals and how they plan to achieve them. Thiscircle of caring people work together for the good of thestudent and pool their concerns and their joys, their opinions, their skills and resourcesA.DESCRIPTIONIEP (Individual Educational Plan) is an instructionalstrategy using clearly stated sequence of objectives toindividualized teaching while working with a group of children.

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