INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATIONAL PLAN ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWEvery student identified to have a disability has an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) forclassroom instruction, accommodations, and any needed curriculum modifications or servicesoutside of the classroom. The IEP is a legal document that must be followed by everyprofessional in an academic arena. The IEP is developed from a variety of assessments, includingobservations, classroom performance, informal and formal testing, information fromparents/caregivers/teachers, and/or portfolios of the student’s work.The present level of performance (PLOP) is a summary of what the student needs to besuccessful in the classroom and/or in life in general.  Therefore, the PLOP is vital to developingannual goals for the student in the classroom. Once the annual goals are identified, short-termobjectives towards those goals are developed.The short-term objectives are task analyses. They demonstrate the specific steps to take to helpthe student reach the annual goal(s). Therefore, short-term objectives change and evolve overtime as the student moves towards reaching the goal(s). Short-term objectives are not annualgoals rewritten with a different level of learning.Once the annual goals have been developed with the short-term objectives identified of how thestudent will reach those goals, the IEP is then created. The IEP is the “roadmap” that allindividuals in the student’s life follow to help the student reach the short-term objectives in orderto fulfill the annual goals.  Every year, the annual goals will be examined for a student’seligibility in SPED, where the multidisciplinary team will compile their results to determine needin ensuing academic years.The primary, overarching goal in the IEP process is student independence. The short-termobjectives should show how stakeholders are going to get the student to reach the annual goal(s)as an independent learner.  Independence is always the goal.INSTRUCTIONSIn this course, you will develop an IEP for Donta in two separate assignments. First, you willdevelop an IEP for Donta with a focus on math, reading, and writing. In a subsequent module,you will then develop the remainder of the Donta’s IEP for social studies, science, and social-emotional goals.Learn about Donta by reading the provided Donta’s Present Level of Performance (PLOP).Using the information within Donta’s PLOP, complete the provided IndividualizedEducational Plan Template as it applies for each assignment. An Individualized EducationalPlan Example has been provided as a model and reference for you as you complete thisassignment. No part of the example is to be copied.Use professional writing in your summaries. Avoid the use of slang, contractions, idioms, etc.Refer to the grading rubrics for these assignments for more information on the expectations ofeach part.Instructions for Individualized Educational Plan: Math, Reading, and WritingEDSP 410Page 2 of 2 Using the provided Individualized Educational Plan Template, fill out thedemographic information. For any demographic information not provided in thePLOP, you may fictionalize that information. Summarize in your own words Donta’s present level of performance in the math,reading, and writing areas. You will complete the social studies, science, social-emotional, and remaining areas in a later assignment. Develop one annual goal and three short-term objectives for the math, reading,and writing areas. Remember to write the goals and objectives to be observableand measurable (e.g., “The student will decode a short story with 90% wordrecognition accuracy by 2/16/2022”). Be sure the short-term objectives are designed to support the student in reachingthe annual goal you have developed for each subject area.Instructions for Individualized Educational Plan: Social Studies, Science, andSocial-Emotional Goals After receiving instructor feedback on your Individualized Educational Plan:Math, Reading, and Writing Assignment, make any suggested revisions to yourIndividualized Educational Plan Template. Refer to Donta’s Present Level of Performance (PLOP) to complete the socialstudies, science, and social-emotional areas of the assignment template. Althoughthere is no specific information on social studies or science, Donta’s reading andwriting challenges will impact those content areas. Develop one annual goal and three short-term objectives for the social studies,science, and social-emotional areas. Be sure the short-term objectives aredesigned to support the student in reaching the annual goal you have developedfor each area. Using your professional judgment and diagnosis, complete the Special Educationand Related Services portion of the template. Determine if or what types ofservices, accommodations, and/or modifications are needed for Donta to reach theannual goals.o Services are those special circumstances when the student is outside of theclassroom with another professional.o Accommodations are ways to accommodate learning, such as larger fontfor reading, spell checker for spelling errors, a chart for multiplication.o Modifications are those choices that change the curriculum, such as asixth grader being able to use fourth grade math.o Accommodations and modifications are never to be included in short-termobjectives.

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