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  • aac
  • goals

How Do I Write AAC Goals?

The answer: "the same way you write them for any other student." This is a great article for how to address the needs of an AAC user.

By: Lisa

  • IEP
  • Present Level Assessments
  • Assessment
  • goals

I Know My Student's Needs - Now What?

Steps for how to develop a comprehensive, individualized IEP.

By: Lisa

Descriptive Assessment in the Real World

Do we really need to collect and thoroughly analyze a language sample for every student? Read on to find out more...

By: Sarah

  • progress monitoring

Progress Monitoring Tools

There is a better way to do progress reports! Read on to find out the difference between collecting daily data and progress monitoring.

By: Sarah

  • IEP

Putting the "I" in IEP

Clearly identifying a student’s needs, then writing goals to address those needs, and finally developing specially designed instruction is the key to a successful, and more importantly helpful, IEP

By: Lisa

  • paperwork

Buried in Paperwork

Never lose another important document again!

By: Sarah

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