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Interagency Release of Information FormIs there a current signed (by parent or adult student) release of confidential information on file with the school? ___No _X_YesIf No, discuss form for transition planning with student and familyTHIS IS THE END OF THE WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT. Page 6 of 23
TRANSITION INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)MEASURABLE ANNUAL GOALS, PROGRESS REPORTStudent Name_______________________________________________________ Date____/____/____ Page ___of___Student ID Number123456789Area of Need________________________________________Make sure your goals are MEASURABLE. Do not confuse annual goals with learning objectives. These are annual goals, meaning they are for the school year. See the objectives below that will coordinate with this annual goal. For example, if thisis an annual goal for math, the objectives below will help Michael achieve this annual goal. # _____ MEASURABLE ANNUAL GOAL: The IEP team considered the need for short-term objectives/benchmarks.Short-term objectives/benchmarks are included for this goal.(Required for students participating in the VAAP)Short-term objectives/benchmarks are not included for this goal.Does this annual goal help the student make progress toward a postsecondary goal? Yes NoIf YES, which postsecondary goal?How will progress toward this annual goal be measured? (check all that apply)____ Classroom Participation ____ Checklist____ Class work____ Homework____ Observation____ Special Projects____ Tests and Quizzes____ Written Reports____ Criterion-referenced test:_____________________________ Norm-referenced test: _______________________________ Other: _______________________________________Progress on this goal will be reported to the parent or adult student using the following codes, which are listed below the table. Writing a progress report should be in logical increments throughout the year such as quarterly or semi-quarterly.Anticipated Date of Progress Report*Actual Date of Progress ReportProgress Code SP-The student is making Sufficient Progress to achieve this annual goal within the duration of this IEP.IP -The student has demonstrated Insufficient Progress to meet this annual goal and may not achieve this goal within the duration of this IEP.ES - The student demonstrates Emerging Skill but may not achieve this goal within the duration of this IEP.NI -The student has Not been provided Instruction on this goal.M-The student has Mastered this annual goal.* Progress reports will be provided at least as often as parents are informed of the progress of their children without disabilities.Page 7 of 23
TRANSITION INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)SHORT TERM OBJECTIVES OR BENCHMARKS, as determined by IEP Team(Required for students participating in the VAAP)Student Name__________________________________________________________ Date____/____/____ Page ___of___Student ID Number123456789Goal # _____ Area of Need: ___________________________Short Term Objectives or Benchmarks, as neededNote that these are short term goals, and not annual goals. These will be more specific in nature and will need to be observable and measurable. These objectives/benchmarks will help Michael achieve the annual goal you stated above. See pages 49-58 in the Gibbs text.