What is the first step of the IEP process?

What is the first step of the IEP process?

The process of getting an IEP begins with an evaluation for special education. It ends with a written plan for services and supports. But the work of making sure your child is getting needed support continues long after that.

What are the 5 components that make up special education?

A comprehensive inclusive program for children with special needs has the following components:

  • Child Find.
  • Assessment.
  • Program Options.
  • Curriculum Modifications.
  • Parental Involvement.

What are the 6 key parts of an IEP?

Components of the IEP

  • PLAAFP. A statement of your child’s Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP).
  • Parent Input.
  • Annual Educational Goals.
  • Accommodations and Modifications.
  • FAPE (Free and Appropriate Public Education).
  • Transition Plan.

What are the steps in the referral process?

Page 3: Six Stages in the Pre-Referral Process

  1. Stage 1: Initial concern regarding a student’s progress.
  2. Stage 2: Information gathering.
  3. Stage 3: Information sharing and team discussion.
  4. Stage 4: Discussion of possible strategies.
  5. Stage 5: Implementation and monitoring of strategies.
  6. Stage 6: Evaluation and decision making.

What are the 8 main components of an IEP?

Current Skill Level. Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images.

  • Annual Goals.
  • Progress Tracking.
  • Special Education Services.
  • Duration of Services.
  • Participation in Mainstream Classrooms.
  • Testing Adaptations.
  • Transitional Goals and Services.
  • What are the 4 main parts of an IEP?

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    • The Eligibility Section. This is usually on the front page and explains why your child qualifies for special education.
    • The PLAAFP Section. PLAAFP stands for Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance.
    • The Goals Section.
    • The Accommodations / Modifications Section.