December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #88

Student will show cognitive competence and problem solving skills through play and daily activities by independently completing a 3 piece form board, with 100% accuracy on 3 out of 4 days as measured by teacher records. Student will show cognitive […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #85

Student will use a picture schedule when transitioning to a new activity with 80% accuracy on 3 out of 4 occasions as measured by teacher and data sheets. Student will use an object schedule when transitioning to a new activity […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #63

Within 1 year Student will point to 4 shapes when named, with 80% accuracy, 4 out of 5 days, as measured by classroom teacher. Within 4 months Student will match 4 shapes to same, with 80% accuracy, 4 out of […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #55

Within 1 year Student will identify 10 body parts, when requested, above baseline, with 80% accuracy, 4 out of 5 days, as measured by classroom teacher. Within 4 months Student will point to 4 body parts, when requested, with 80% […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #56

Within 1 year, Student will sit in a small group with his/her classmates and sequence and complete an appropriate activity above baseline, with pictures and verbal prompts, for 5-10 minutes, 4 out of 5 days, as measured by classroom teacher. […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #41

Student will increase functional academic skills by imitating and completing 1-2 leisure activities on an activity schedule. Student will imitate and complete 1-2 leisure activities on an activity schedule given support to travel to the activity on 60% of opportunities […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #42

Student will increase functional academic skills by following 1 step teacher directions. Student will follow familiar 1 step teacher directions on 60% of opportunities on 3 consecutive data days.

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #6

Given a one-step direction, student will independently follow the direction on 4 out of 5 opportunities as measured quarterly by teacher observation. Given a one-step direction, student will follow the direction with no more than 2 gestural prompts, on 4 […]

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