What should i do if the IEP will not achieve by Children?.

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  1. MrShiva

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    I am wondering, what happen if the IEP GOALS will not achieve by CSN?. Can i/we repeat the another year for children to achieve that goals? And, It is legal for IDEA to repeat the another year for children to be able for them to achieve their specific goals?
     
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    If the child hasn't accomplished the goal, the team should investigate WHY the goal has not been achieved instead of giving it again.
     
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    Perhaps the goal needs to be rethought. It may be too high. Or perhaps the objectives take jumps that are too big. There's nothing wrong with repeating a goal if the student just needs more time, but the goal should also be realistic.
     
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    Thank you bros and special-t,
    So its ok to rethought the subject that they did not achieve? so i/we need to modify the objectives to be realistic or be easy on them to catch up these goals?
     
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    The team would need to look at the goal and see why the student didn't achieve it. Was the goal never touched upon? Was the goal just too much to expect out of the child by that point in the year?
     
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    If the child hasn't mastered the goal, then I rewrite it into smaller pieces. For example, communicating wants/needs I changed it to indicating yes when asked if the child would like a toy. Much more achievable and its still communicating a want.
     
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    Thank you bros and Matgrad, now i know how im going to do if i will experience this kind of situation, yeah, youre right, its better to tell the children or observe them what is their need or wants to be easily teach them :).

    Any suggestion guys?
     

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