Carrie will have the opportunity to participate in nonacademic activities with

Carrie will have the opportunity to participate in

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transportation as a required service. Carrie will have the opportunity to participate in nonacademic activities with her nondisabled peers. I spent a majority of my time focusing on the annual goal pages for Carrie. Based on the deficits that this student has, I determined that she would benefit the most from goals addressed in the areas of reading and math. Carrie showed the greatest deficits in these areas according to the assessments given and observations by the general education teacher. In the area of math, Carrie seemed to struggle particularly on long division and multiplication involving 2-3 digits and she also struggled with addition and subtraction with regrouping. According to the Woodcock Johnson assessment report, Carrie did not attempt to multiply 2-3 digit numbers. This seemed to be an area that I felt needed to be addressed in her IEP because she struggles not only with multiplication involving 2-3 digit numbers, but also with long division and memorizing her multiplication and division facts. I
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chose a goal that was meant to help this student with both multiplication and division by learning about the relationship these operations share. I kept the skill the same in each of the benchmarks, but slowly increased the amount of opportunities given and the percentage of accuracy so the student could receive practice increasing the skill of multiplication and division.
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