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Unformatted text preview: as tightly as she can with the regular education teacher but most of the curriculum is not ability appropriate for Star. The special education teacher works with the interpreter so that she can incorporate activities based on the same subject they are working on. Also, at the beginning of the school year the speech language pathologist and the special education teacher worked together in the same classroom so that they could better understand each other's expectations. I feel that this plan is very thorough to help a student such as Star, gain and understand the curriculum she is being taught. I also feel that the parents should be involved. The parents should be ensuring that Star is using the knowledge she is learning in the classroom. They should also be working with her at home on the same curriculum the teachers are working on. I feel that the parents would complete the IEP and ensure its success....
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course AED-222 aed-222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10