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Lots of you may already know about this goal bank which was created by a university in Oregon in Redmond. Views. 5 years ago. Flag. IEP Goals and Objectives Bank ( Redmond, Oregon) – Bridges4Kids. Text; Objective, · Annual, · Content, · Measured. Scoil Eoin – IEP’s – One of Tralee’s Best Primary Schools, located at Balloonagh Tralee. Reed Martin.

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Discussion in ‘ Special Education ‘ started by frannyMay 29, Log in or Sign up. A to Z Teacher Stuff Forums. May 29, Messages: May 29, I’m a new special ed teacher teaching a special program for students with moderate disabilities.

It is a self-contained class. I know this may sound like a stupid question since you don’t know this kid He is MR and possibly autistic had diagnosis for autisim when banm was 6 but staff at school say he’s probably not.

The part I really struggle with is how am I going to teach it and track it when I’m not with him when he is mainstreamed. That would be the social part of his day, interacting with his gen. May 22, Messages: May 30, What age?

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If he has mod autism then he’s probably not very social, talking to peers, etc. I’d make one of his benchmarks something like, “In the school setting, A will verbally identify his peers by name.

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Or you would watch him during group work and see if he can identify the students who are in his group. If you hear him talk, “Give me that” or just take something, then you would teach him by modeling, “A, you need to say, bridges4kidss, please give me the magnifying glass.

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Just one social goal idea. I may be way off the mark with regard to his ability and age level. Dec 27, Messages: I found it this year and have used it for all of my IEPs this jep. The IEP online program that I used at my old school had a bunch of bdidges4kids listed in each area that we could choose from if we needed assistance, but I like these ones better. Proud2BATeacherMay 30, May 30, Wow, thanks for responding Wasn’t sure anyone would respond and you both did so quickly, thank you!

Both of your posts were very helpful. I particularly appreciate the link to iep goals-very helpful.

Aug 8, Messages: May 30, That’s a great resource, proud! There is a database attached to our online IEP Planner, but it isn’t nearly as comprehensive as this one! I’ll definitely be using bridges4kid when I write IEPs in the fall.

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MrsCMay 30, May 30, OOH! I’ve saved it to “my favs.

Need help with social/emotional IEP goals

May 30, I’m glad you all like the website. It was my life saver this year!! My principal shared my goals and objectives with the other teachers in my school. May 30, Very cool, thanks again! I’ve already used two goals from that link!

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You’re a life saver. Anyone else got a great resource for IEP goals? There must be more, right? May 28, Messages: It has helpful samples that I have used as guides.

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