Annual Goals An annual goal is a statement of what a student with a disability can reasonably be expected to accomplish in one year in a specific area. Attachment 2 provides examples of guiding questions that may be used by a Committee to determine whether a student needs such an intervention, accommodation or program modification to address one of these special considerations.
Teacher interviews indicate that Garnet has more success in the classroom when she is completing an independent task. What instructional supports and services will likely be supported and used by the student? The adverse effect statement may be described in each Present Level area OR as one statement that incorporates all Present Level areas impacted by the disability.
When a behavioral intervention plan is recommended, the Committee must ensure that a functional behavioral assessment FBA has or will be conducted prior to the development of the behavioral intervention plan.
Her state assessment math score is 20 with the benchmark being 19 and school-wide universal screeners score is with the minimum cut score being He speaks in full sentences but is unable to relate personal experiences without prompting.
According to her mother, Garnet does not maintain friendships within the community. Classroom observations reveal that peers avoid Garnet in the school setting. Luis has difficulty organizing information into larger units e.
Garnet likes coming up with unique ideas and being in charge. Matthew will make one new friend this year. He understands parts of a text, but has difficulty determining the main ideas and writing summaries of information read.
Consideration of Special Factors The IEP must include a statement under the applicable sections of the IEP if the student needs a particular device or service including an intervention, accommodation or other program modification to address one or more of the following needs in order for the student to receive a free appropriate public education.