SAMPLE IEP FOR HEARING IMPAIRED STUDENT
EXAMPLES OF IEP GOALS FOR STUDENTS WITH HEARING LOSS
PDF fileWhen asked by a peer about his hearing loss, the student will respond in a positive manner (i.e., explain about the hearing loss) in 3 out of 5 situations as measured by staff observation. SELF-ADVOCACY ON THE IEP Skill Area Area Standard Objectives Chooses own seat to maximize visual and auditory access Speaking and Listening K-5
Individual Education Program (IEP) - Clover Sites
PDF fileIEP Guidance Document Sample INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP) Kentucky County Public Schools 500 Main Street Riverview, KDE IEP IEP Guidance Document Sample Student’s Full Name: Tyson Smith SSID: Is the child blind or visually impaired? No Yes If Yes, the IEP Team must consider: o Is instruction in Braille needed?
IEP and 504 Education Assistance Plans | Ear Community
The IEP describes the goals the team sets for a child during the school year, as well as any special support needed to help achieve them. Who Needs an IEP? A child who has difficulty learning and functioning due to focus issues, associated syndromes, hearing loss or who has been identified as a special needs student is can be eligible for an IEP.
Language and Communication-Focused IEPs for Learners who
PDF fileconsider the impact of hearing loss on the student’s communication and language access throughout the entire IEP process, including when planning for transition from high school to the post-secondary settings and work environments. The format for the Discussion Guide, Language and Communication-Focused IEPs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Learners,
Sample IEP Goals and Learning Objectives for GAP
PDF fileSample IEP Goals and Learning Objectives for GAP. setting/work setting as a result of his/her hearing loss. Objective: [Student] will actively participate in all communication discourse in the classroom. 2 With support, [student] will learn about the type and degree of hearing loss and relate to
Individual Education Plan (IEP)
PDF fileIndividual Education Plan (IEP) THIS IEP CONTAINS AC MOD ALT REASON FOR DEVELOPING THE IEP Student identified as exceptional by IPRC sensorineural hearing loss. (Student has had a cochlear implant since age 2) Psychological Report Report indicates average cognitive ability.
INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)
PDF fileIndividualized Education Program I. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS THE IEP TEAM MUST CONSIDER BEFORE DEVELOPING THE IEP. ANY FACTORS CHECKED MUST BE ADDRESSED IN THE IEP. Is the Student Blind or Visually Impaired? X___ No _____ Yes - Team must provide for instruction in Braille and the use of Braille unless the IEP Team
Supporting Success For Children With Hearing Loss | ieps_504
Individual Education Plans (IEP) schools are responsible for ensuring that communication access is as effective for children with hearing loss as it is for their typically hearing peers. Both plans can provide the student with certain accommodations and modifications to allow a disabled child to be more successful in school.
IEP Consideration Factor for Student Who Is Deaf or Hard
PDF fileIEP Consideration Factor for Student Who Is Deaf or Hard of Hearing (2) Consideration of special factors. The IEP Team must-- (iv) Consider the communication needs of the child, and in the case of a child who is deaf or hard of hearing, consider the
IEP's for Parents of Blind or Visually Impaired Children
If your child is blind or visually impaired, your school district must incorporate these nine elements into your child’s curriculum and these elements must be outlined in your child’s IEP:. Compensatory or Functional Skills: Compensatory skills are the skills blind students need to learn in Author: Amber Bobnar