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Monitoring Progress Toward IEP Goals
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Monitoring Progress Toward IEP Goals
April 9th
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Introduction
Holly Diaz , Educational Specialist, brings numerous experiences to
the Right Reason Technologies team. With a dual certificate in K-12
general and special education, Holly has taken on leadership roles
within Professional Learning Communities, Data Teams, RTI
development and implementation, and as a district mentor. Within
special education, Holly has taught using various models of
instruction, such as inclusion, resource, and self-containment
to ensure that her widely diverse student populations were
successful in reaching AYP. Holly also brings experience in the area
of technology as a Certified IEP program administrator, trainer, and
liaison. Within RRT, Holly incorporates her experience to develop
curriculum, including state approved assessments and RTI
lessons. Holly also provides professional development to school
districts, covering a multitude of educational topics.
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Progress
Monitoring:
is the practice off using student performance
data to continually evaluate the effectiveness
of instructional practices to make
educational decisions that will best meet the
needs of the learner.
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Requirements
• Individuals With Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) 2004
• Requires a student’s individualized education plan (IEP) to include:
• A statement of present levels of academic and functional performance
• A statement of measurable annual goals
• A statement of special education, related and supplemental services
• An explanation of the extent, if any, of non-participation in the regular
classroom
• A statement of any appropriate and necessary accommodations on state
and district-wide assessments
• A statement of dates and duration of services
• Appropriate, measurable post-secondary goals and transition services
• A statement of how the child’s progress toward the annual goals will
be measured
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Current Realities
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Common concerns in legal findings
1. The IEP team does not develop or implement
progress monitoring plans.
2. IEP team progress monitoring responsibilities are
not properly delegated.
3. The IEP team does not plan/implement progress
monitoring for behavior intervention plans.
4. The team uses inappropriate measures to
determine student progress toward graduation.
5. Progress monitoring is not frequent enough to meet
the requirements of IDEIA or to provide meaningful
data to IEP teams.
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IEP Goals
• In order to collect data that provides evidence of student
progress, the IEP must include measurable annual goals.
• Annual goals must include:
• clearly defined, observable behaviors/actions
• the condition under which the behavior is performed
• the performance criterion
SMART Goals
Aligned to Standards
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S.M.A.R.T. Goals
S = Specific
Does the goal provide necessary information that
will answer the common “w” questions?
M = Measurable
What do I want the student to accomplish? How will
I know when the goal has been accomplished?
A = Attainable
Does the student have the right mindset, drive
and skills to accomplish the goal?
R = Realistic
Does the goal include an objective that the
student is both willing and able to work toward?
T = Timely
Are expectations clear as to when the student
should accomplish the goal?
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IEP Goals should be…
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•
•
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Created based on data
Created as an IEP team
Individualized for the student
Standards based
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S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Within one year, Jacob will demonstrate mastery of the multiplication
and division facts by increasing his current ability to accurately solve
nine random problems correct in three minutes to a target of 50
random problems answered correctly in a three minute period, as
measured by an informal teacher created assessment.
By the end of the year, Heidi will demonstrate her ability to
comprehend grade appropriate text that she has read by increasing her
current ELA benchmark assessment score from a 13% to a 75% as
measured by formal quarterly administration of the 4th grade ELA
benchmark assessment.
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Communicate Progress
• A statement of how the child’s progress towards the
annual goals will be measured and how the child’s
parents will be regularly informed (through such means
as periodic report cards), at least as often as parents
are informed of their non-disabled child’s
progress…
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Are Changes Needed?
Does existing IEP contain measurable goals
and specific statements regarding student
progress?
Yes
Continue to measure
the progress using
the criteria set forth
in the IEP goals.
No
Update goals to
include
missing pieces of the
goals (SMART).
Include missing
pieces in the
statements of student
progress.
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Are Changes Needed?
**Any written changes made to
an IEP must be approved by the
IEP team.
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Baseline and Target
• A goal cannot be measured if it does not include a baseline score
and a target score.
• Baseline score: a measure of the student’s skill/performance at
the time the goal is written
• Target score: the performance level that a student is expected
to reach in a specified time frame
By the end of the year, Heidi will demonstrate her ability to
comprehend grade appropriate text that she has read by increasing her
current ELA benchmark assessment score from a 13% to a 65% as
measured by formal quarterly administration of the 4th grade ELA
benchmark assessment.
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Goal Measurement Assessments
• Consistent Measurement Assessment
• Baseline
• Target
• Progress monitoring
• Formal
• Benchmark assessments
• State assessments
• Other formal assessments
• Informal
• Teacher created
• Checklist
• Work samples
• Rubric
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Monitoring Progress
Within one year, Jacob will demonstrate mastery of the multiplication and division facts by increasing his
current ability to accurately solve nine random problems correct in three minutes to a target of 50 random
problems answered correctly in a three minute period, as measured by an informal teacher created
assessment.
Goal 1 – Fluency of Facts
40
30
20
22
9
12
0
1-Mar
15-Mar
10
27
29
26-Apr
10-May
34
16
29-Mar
12-Apr
24-May
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Monitoring Progress
Within one year, Jacob will demonstrate mastery of the multiplication and division facts by increasing
his current ability to accurately solve nine random problems correct in three minutes to a target of 50
random problems answered correctly in a three minute period, as measured by an informal teacher
created assessment.
Date
Percent of
Mastery
Progress Update
Has goal been
mastered?
March 15
7%
Jacob was able to correctly answer 12 of the
50 expected questions, an increase of 3
questions from Jacob’s baseline score.
no
May 24
61%
Jacob was able to correctly answer 34 of the
50 expected questions, an increase of 25
questions from Jacob’s baseline score.
no
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Student Goal Form
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Monitoring Progress
By the end of the year, Heidi
will demonstrate her ability to
comprehend grade
appropriate text that she has
read by increasing her
current ELA benchmark
assessment score from a
13% to a 75% as measured
by formal quarterly
administration of the 4th
grade ELA benchmark
assessment.
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Monitoring Progress
By the end of the year, Heidi will demonstrate her ability to comprehend grade appropriate text that
she has read by increasing her current ELA benchmark assessment score from a 13% to a 75% as
measured by formal quarterly administration of the 4th grade ELA benchmark assessment.
Date
October
10
December
14
Percent of
Mastery
73%
Progress Update
Heidi scored a 58.14% on the most recent
administration of the ELA benchmark
assessment. This is an increase of 45%.
Has goal been
mastered?
no
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When should new goals be created?
• When the student’s skills pass the goals that are set
• May not be when one goal is mastered
• Based on data
• When the goal does not seem reasonable to meet
• Time frame
• Concepts/skills
• Prerequisite skills
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Organization of Progress Monitoring
• Continuous monitoring
• Data driven
• IEP binder
• Tracking forms
• Graphs
• Assessment data
• Checklist
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" The reason most people never reach
their goals is that they don’t define
them, or ever seriously consider them
as believable or achievable."
- Denis Watley
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