I'm a new special ed teacher teaching a special program for students with moderate disabilities. It is a self-contained class. However. the student I need help with is not in my self-contained class all day, he is mainstreamed for most of the school day. I have to do a new IEP soon and I always struggle with social/emotional goals. I know this may sound like a stupid question since you don't know this kid...but just in general, could you give me some ideas for social/emotional goals? He is MR and possibly autistic (had diagnosis for autisim when he was 6 but staff at school say he's probably not). The part I really struggle with is how am I going to teach it and track it when I'm not with him when he is mainstreamed. That would be the social part of his day, interacting with his gen. ed. peers.