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Department of Education
The IEP process guides each student’s program within our language and behavior classes. Individual goals and objectives are collaboratively determined, and progress and outcomes are measured via instructional data collection and analysis. IEP goals are written in the following areas:
Designated instructional services are written collaboratively between the specialist and the classroom teacher. Our program utilizes the SEACO Curriculum Guide for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities as a guide to implement functional skills strategies. The guide is aligned to grade level standards at various levels of implementations.
Click here to download a copy of the OCDE Special Classes for Students with the Most Significant Needs Brochure.
Therefore, providing a highly structured environment with clearly defined areas for specific activities, visual schedules, and visual communication systems presents students with predictable routines and expectations. This predictability affords students stability and confidence within the classroom and allows them to become ready for instruction and function in a more independent manner within classroom, school and community environments.