My IEP

advertisement
This IEP belongs to
_____________________
My IEP

It’s my time to shine!
Welcome to My IEP Meeting!

I’d like to welcome you and thank you
all for coming!
Introductions
Grandma Mary Joan
 Ms.Coursley
 Ms.Dixon

people who are at this
meeting and what their roles
are):

Name:
Role:
Why are we here?

To make plans for
my future and to
find out what I
want to do when I
graduate
After I graduate from high
school, this is what I see in
my future: (pick one or two )
Try to get a job
 Get into the art institute of Vancouver

Career Possibilities:

Fashion design
Family Possibilities
Marriage
 Children
 Pets
 More independence

Places I would like to live…
This city
 Basement suite
 Room mate
 house

How I will get around…
Bus
 Walking
 Cycling
 Car

Things I will do for fun:








Movies
Phone friends
Talk on MSN
Collect/play music
Cook
Hang out
Go exploring
Dance/party
Strengths(You may have some things
you do very well. List them here):









Good listener
Follows instructions
Reads well
A good friend
Friendly, courteous
empathetic
Quick learner
Hard working
Nice, kind
Needs
(these are the things I need help
with):







Finding things
Being safe
Computers
My locker
Organizing things
Getting a job
Transportation
Explain:

Here are my IEP-required
accommodations and modifications
that were in place this year:

These accommodations worked the
best for me (list and explain):
Let’s make some goals….

Have you ever heard of taking “baby
steps” instead of a “giant leap”
Let’s say you are taking a long
road-trip to Montreal.





Make a goal (getting
to Montreal)
You need a map
Need a license
Need to buy gas… it
will cost you!
You need some
helpers along the
way!
Now, make priorities…
Rank the priorities in your life? What areas
are most important/least important?
Skills for community living
 Schoolwork
 Relationships with peers
 Communication skills
 Transitions
 Self-determination
 Health and wellness

___
___
___
___
___
___
___
Now, parents what are your
priorities? (rank most to least important)
Skills for community living
 Schoolwork
 Relationships with peers
 Communication skills
 Transitions
 Self-determination
 Health and wellness

___
___
___
___
___
___
___
Based on what is most important, begin
to write goals….
Goal #1

This year I will… get a job before the end of
grade 12.

It is important because… I too need to make
cash.

People who can help me…. My grandma,
Ms.Coursley, Myself.
Goal #2

This year I will… graduate from grade
12.

It is important because… its my future!

People who can help me… Mary Joan
Pushie, Ms.Coursley
Goal #3

This year I will…

It is important because…

People who can help me….
Goal #4

This year I will…

It is important because…

People who can help me….
Goal #5

This year I will…

It is important because…

People who can help me….
Parents may have goals as well. They
may use this to share their ideas.

Goals

-
Explain why this is
important.
 -

-

-

-

-

Congratulations!

You have now started a plan that will
keep you on track.

You will be able to look back and
celebrate your success.

You are self-determined in directing
your own life.
Download
Related flashcards
Create Flashcards