IEP Accommodations

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  1. Mrs. Toby

    Mrs. Toby Rookie

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    Does anyone know of an easy way to keep track of IEP accomodations for each student with an IEP? I'm looking for a form or something so that I can note when I've made an accomodation, what the accomodation was and if it was successful. I want provide as much as I can to these students. Thanks!:)
     
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  3. smalltowngal

    smalltowngal Multitudinous

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    Can you make a form using Excel? I haven't worked a lot with sped and IEPs (just getting started in the area this year), but it sounds like Excel might work.
     
  4. Emily Bronte

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    STG is correct. Create a quick excel document. You could have one excel for each student on an IEP that you are working with. Maybe list the days of the week across the top. Then list accommodations along the side. Then you could easily check off which day what accomm. was used or needed. Hope this makes sense. Thank you for such willingness in helping these students. Your info indicates you are a Soc. Stud. teacher. :)
     
  5. bros

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    Yay! A teacher who followed IEP accommodations.

    Tip: Make an excel spreadsheet.

    Also, if your SD doesn't have you fill out one for the IEP, make a form something like this:

    Student Name:_________ [tab a few times] Grade: _____
    Subject:_________ [tab a few] Teacher:_______

    The accommodations the student had in my classroom were:
    _____________

    The Accommodations the student used in my classroom were:
    ___________

    The accommodations of the student were implemented in this manner:
    ___________

    Which accommodations worked and what helps the student succeed (Positive reinforcement, velcro on the desk to rub, a therapy ball to sit on?)?:
    ______________

    Which accommodations did not work/help?:
    ______________

    What accommodations could help the student, if any?:
    ______________
     
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    smalltowngal Multitudinous

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    Sep 11, 2009

    Yay, I'm right about something!!!! :lol:

    Also to add to what Emily said about putting the accs down the side is that you can put a + or -- on the day/acc spot of whether that acc worked that day or not.
     

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