November 29, 2021

6 Things You Need Before You Write IEP Goals

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You’ve probably attend a zillion and one seminars about writing IEP goals.  Don’t get me wrong… I do think those are helpful.  IEP goals are very important, but the goals have to be written with specific purposes.  That’s why it’s so important to have very specific information before you even write the goals.  In today’s episode, I’ll give you a list of 6 things I think you must have BEFORE you write IEP goals.  These are likely things you already have or things you can review in an hour or so, and they’ll provide such better outcomes once the IEP gets implemented.  

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