SPED Forms

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  1. ready2teachintx

    ready2teachintx Companion

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    Aug 16, 2009

    Does anyone have a good general form to use to observe students in inclusion settings? For example with the following info: Student's name, subject, time, ect. I would like to come up with a general template to use for all inclusion students. One to record subject, iep goals, etc..

    I appreciate it!:help:
     
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  3. kidatheart

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    I did not carry a list of students/disabilities with me - I felt it would be too easy for someone to pick it up and being confidential info, i didn't want to chance it.
    I used labels for daily observations - I kept a sheet of labels with me in all classes and jotted down notes with date and student initials. At the end of the day, those notes would go into the appropriate students file folder (inside). I would review the notes weekly or bi-weekly and make any calls or parent contact that was needed based on those observations.
     
  4. MrsC

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    I have never seen or been able to come up with one form that suits all of my students. I tend to keep anectodal notes, either on labels or sticky notes which I put inside the notebook I carry with me everywhere at school until I transfer them to my assessment/evaluation binder.
     

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