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12/22/2014

Confused About the New Way of Writing Goals? Do You Understand Instructionally Appropriate IEP’s?

Components of Instructionally Appropriate Individualized Education Plans (IAIEP)

What are the Keys to Writing an Instructionally Appropriate Individualized Education Plan?

  • Parent Input through Parent Concerns
  • Present Levels of Educational Performance (PLEP)
  • Measurable Annual Goals (MAGS)

Click on the links below to find downloadable resources that give Tennessee Department of Education guidance on how to write Parent Concerns into the IEP; how to write Present Levels into the IEP in such a way that a child’s functional level is clear to everyone who reads them; and how to write projected skills into the IEP in such way that a child’s goals are clear and measurable to everyone who needs to provide services to your child.

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