Spring 2005

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Spring 2005. Move Services Preparation

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Be All That You Can BE With your IEP! What is an IEP? How might it help me? Created by: Rachel Faish & Jenna McGlaughlin with assistance from: Erika Kauffman, John Krueger, & Leah Maxson Transition Services Preparation & Training

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About this unit: This is a " understudy inviting " introduction To help center school hard of hearing and in need of a hearing aide understudies get ready to take an interest in IEP and move arranging gatherings To give educators thoughts for instructing these abilities So..., here we go! Move Services Preparation & Training

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So What is an IEP? An IEP is an arrangement to guarantee that you are accepting a decent instruction that fits YOUR needs It helps your educators and guardians ensure that you are progressing nicely It is an arrangement that YOU are permitted to go to, in light of the fact that it is about YOU and YOUR needs! All in all, begin considering… what are your qualities, your shortcomings… , your preferences, your aversions—who are you? Move Services Preparation & Training

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Do you consider… ? What class(es) do you like? What class(es) do you hate? What might you change on the off chance that you could about your school life? Move Services Preparation & Training

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How would you be able to help arrange your life? Your IEP is truly for you regardless of the possibility that you haven't gone to IEP gatherings. Begin by posting classes and things about school that you like and abhorrence—and record them in a scratch pad. Consider objectives that you might want to take a shot at for the school year, that will help you later on. Converse with your folks, your educators, and your companions about what they think—what are your qualities, and what are you great at Look at your old IEPs and consider how YOU can help arrange… , for your life ! Move Services Preparation & Training

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So what is an IEP meeting? Why do you have to begin considering it? An IEP meeting incorporates individuals who are worried about your training. The IEP group talks about what has been effective for you in school, and what has not. At that point the group settles on an arrangement to help you, with the goal that you can be more fruitful. This unit will help you find out about this arrangement to help your group make arrangements that truly fit you ! IT HELPS ME TO BE ALL I CAN BE IT WORKS FOR ME I LIKE THE IEP! Move Services Preparation & Training

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What to "watch out" for with IEP gatherings: Disagreements : You may differ with someone else on the group. It's best to be "develop" and discover approaches to take care of the issue—don't simply be distraught ! Clarifying your conclusion and tuning in to others : It is your arrangement so your assessment is imperative. Be that as it may, other individuals have smart thoughts, as well. For instance, shouting at your folks about something is not suitable . Tune in, and clarify pleasantly why you oppose this idea. Be Part of the IEP And it's as Easy as 1-2-3 Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Thrilled Very Interested Excited The Meeting Meter Delighted, Glad Very Pleased Happy Unclear, Uncertain, Puzzled Confused What I sought after didn't occur Disappointed Upset, Unhappy Furious, Annoyed Angry Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Learn how to make your IEP meeting more effective! Have a practice IEP meeting and tape it. Assess your abilities: How did you feel amid the meeting? Utilize the Meeting Meter to help you depict how you felt, and why. What did you do well? What fulfilled you feel and energized? What did you do well? Where would it be a good idea for you to make strides? Work on: Explaining more about your preferences Listening more to others on the group Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Use these 11 stages for a "Self-Determined IEP", that YOU help make 1. Start the meeting by expressing its motivation. 2. Present everybody. 3. Audit past objectives and execution. 4. Request others " input. 5. Express your school and move objectives. 6. Make inquiries on the off chance that you don't get it. 7. Manage contrasts in assessment. 8. State what bolsters you will require. 9. Outline your objectives. 10. Close meeting by expressing gratitude toward everybody. 11. Chip away at IEP objectives all year. [From Choicemaker Series, Sopris Pub.] Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Meeting Meter Use this "Meeting Meter" to help you consider your IEP meeting. Hone first with a "ridicule" IEP meeting. How would you respond on the off chance that somebody opposes this idea? Consider and depict the accompanying: How did you feel about the people welcomed to the meeting—did they offer assistance? Did everybody tune in to your conclusions? Did you tune in to their thoughts? Did they have smart thoughts, regardless of the possibility that they couldn't help contradicting you? Move Services Preparation & Training

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Meter Questions (cont.) How did you feel when the IEP group examined how you have done in school—your qualities and your shortcomings? Is it accurate to say that you were humiliated or bashful? Is it safe to say that you were furious or disturbed? How would you feel about the new objectives the group examined? Is it true that you are fulfilled? Do you think they ought to be changed? How would you feel about your conduct amid the meeting? Were there any issues? Is it safe to say that you were develop and conscious? How would you feel about the thoughts and sentiments that you imparted to the others in the meeting? Did they hear you out? Are there objectives where you made a difference? Move Services Preparation & Training

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Student Section: To help spur and draw in understudies through the overall unit inquiries To give visual and instructional prompts and support for direction Teacher Section: To give unit plan data including conceivable state benchmarks and results based evaluations Work is based after Understanding by Design's examination based practices and procedures To give promote portrayal of conceivable lessons and exercises The following 6 slides demonstrate the three phases of unit configuration connected to this unit. Instructor's Section: Developing and Using the Unit Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Stage ONE: Identify outside benchmarks and general unit objectives that are important to the understudies' qualities and necessities Incorporate these gauges and objectives to make pertinent, real issues that "snare" understudies and address any key false impressions Stage TWO: Develop appraisals that exhibit careful unit learning by utilizing the Six Facets of Understanding Stage THREE: Develop learning exercises that build up the information and aptitudes expected to effectively total the evaluations and to show exhaustive unit comprehension Teacher's Section: Using the Three Stages of Understanding by Design Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Stage ONE: Applying Relevant Content Standards Ohio Department of Education Middle School Standards Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Content Standards (cont.) Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Stage TWO: Understanding By Design's Six Facets of Understanding (Wiggins & McTighe, 1998) Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Student watches a video on the IEP procedure (e.g., Choicemaker Series on "Self-Determined IEP) and depicts the reason for an IEP meeting, and how it can help him/her work with the IEP group. Understudy can portray or potentially show legitimate conduct for an IEP meeting, and how to express assessments. Understudy can portray as well as show legitimate approaches to convey what needs be amid differences: Can propose reasonable strides for strife determination without a doubt or taunt situations Student exhibits expanding aptitudes in defining and illuminating a thought, and displaying that thought to a gathering Student can recognize some conceivable, practical long and here and now objectives and present these at an up and coming IEP meeting Student can clarify who will go to their IEP meeting and why they go to Student distinguishes the individuals who must, and the individuals who are discretionary to go to Student sends an individual solicitations to each and records their reactions and educates the group facilitator Student partakes in a ridicule, and afterward a genuine IEP/move meeting, and shows expanding capacities over the 11 stages (utilizing rating scales) Using the Six Facets to gather confirmation of the understudies' information and abilities about IEP gatherings Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Stage One: Uses real and deep rooted understudy needs (e.g., to take an interest definitively in IEP and grown-up organization gatherings), with State principles, To create request based larger unit inquiries (and unit objectives) that drive and center the unit's: Assessment of results and Lessons and instructional exercises to bolster the results appraisals Stage Two: Uses the overall unit inquiries and objectives to guarantee evaluation and documentation of results Use the Six Facets of Understanding to exhibit exhaustive, profundity of learning IEP Unit Development Review Transition Services Preparation & Training

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Unit Development Process Summary Use Stage One's: all-encompassing and continuing understandings which join and unload outer benchmarks, To arrange Stage Two's: evaluations to gather proof of these understandings, over the Six Facets, Which are upheld by Stage Three's: learning encounters and instructional exercises that guarantee that understudies have the essential abilities and learning to completely and adequately exhibit these understandings over each of the Six Facets. Move Services Preparation & Training

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Use Choicemaker video to acquaint understudies with IEP cooperation & the 11 stage handle Students distinguish their qualities and needs, and utilize these to grow long and here and now objectives Students work on showing objectives and thoughts to the class and to others, in a reasonable and "expert" way Students take an interest in a ridicule IEP meeting and utilize a few or the majority of the 11 stages Students recognize and select people to