This current, practical resource explores the linkage between state and federal requirements, state standards, and general education curricula and shows how academic areas can be accessed while addressing the student’s IEP goals.
A clear framework for aligning IEP goals, assessment, and academic content for students with a moderate or severe intellectual or developmental disability is described. The book’s content focuses heavily on language arts and math, but also gives additional examples for science, social studies, self-determination, and assistive technology.
- Clearly defines how to align assessment, instruction, IEP goals, and academic standards
- Provides examples of IEP goals and objectives aligned to ELA, math, social studies, and science standards from various state standards, including but not limited to the common core state standards
- Illustrates concepts using case study examples of aligned IEPs for students with moderate and severe disabilities
- Provides suggestions for current assistive technology that will support students who are nonverbal, have physical disabilities, visual impairments, or other special needs
- Describes how to embed self-determination goals in a student’s IEP
Authors Ginerva Courtade, PhD, and Diane Browder, PhD. Softbound book, 158 pages, 2016.