Jill's Iep Case Study

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Using the list of Legally Mandated Components of the IEP on p. 169 of Making Connections, evaluate Jill’s IEP. Answer the following questions: What IEP components can you identify and list? 1. Present levels of performance: The present levels of performance are located on page 2 of the IEP. Each individual that worked with Jill including the medical doctor, the resource teacher, the physical therapist, the occupational therapist, and the adaptive physical educator had a specific paragraph within this section that described how Jill was doing and the progress she was making. Also, there was a section on the medication she was taking at that time. 2. Measurable annual goal(s): Several annual goals were provided within this IEP. These goals…show more content…
The frequency, duration, and location of those services, and the projected dates for beginning and ending the services and accommodations: The IEP clearly states the frequency and projected dates for the beginning and ending of the services and accommodations. Jill is in the self-contained special education classroom 97% of the time starting on 1/8/86 and ending on 11/8/95. She will be in adaptive P.E. 1% of the time beginning on 2/16/94 and ending on 11/8/95. She will be receiving occupational therapy 1% of the time starting on 1/8/86 and ending on 11/8/95. Lastly, she will be going to physical therapy 1% of the time beginning on 1/8/86 and ending on…show more content…
174 of Making Connections, evaluate Jill’s IEP: APE Supplement. Answer the following questions: What IEP components can you identify and list? 1. Statement of current level of functioning: The present level of performance is clearly stated on this APE supplement. In depth, it describes what Jill has been working on and how she has progressed. 2. Statement of measurable goals: The measurable goals, along with the short-term objectives, are listed. The first goal for Jill is for her to develop and maintain a functional level of health related fitness; there are four short-term objectives within this goal. The second goal for Jill is for her to develop and maintain skills in selected leisure sports and activities. There are two short-term objectives for this goal. 4. Starting and review dates: The starting date of this service is 11/8/94 and will continue through 11/7/95. 5. Objective criteria and evaluation procedures, as well as the person (by title) responsible for monitoring the progress toward the achievement of each goal: The objective criteria and evaluation procedures are easy to pick up from the short-term objectives included in this supplement. It is clear that Patti Jensen, the adaptive physical education teacher, will be monitoring the progress toward the achievement of each goal
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