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Indicators of Effective Practice – Assessment Based IEP

Indicators of Effective Practice




The purpose of assessment is to monitor children’s development and learning, guide planning and decision-making, and to report progress and communicate with others. Assessment gives us a basis to monitor children’s development and learning over time. Formative assessment results give us direction for lesson planning and decision-making for student task analysis and student instructional groupings. Benchmarks and summative assessments are critical for reporting progress and providing a basis for updating IEPs and communicating progress with stakeholders.


Component One: Understanding Assessment Considerations for Young Children
Component Two: Writing Measurable IEP Objectives Using All Four Components
Component Three: Differentiating IEP Objectives Across All Four Levels of Learning to Increase Student Independence Over Time
Component Four: Specify a Data Collection Format Aligned with IEP Objectives

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