Home » Protected: Ch. 5 IEPs » Practice Evaluating IEPs

Practice Evaluating IEPs

Chapter 5: Using the IEP Evaluation Checklist

Review the IEP checklist and read the chapter on writing effective IEPs. Please follow the next steps:

  1. Using the first IEP provided, evaluate it using the IEP checklist.
  2. After you complete the checklist, compare your scores with the scores from our rater.
  3. Calculate the interrater reliability (number of items of agreement / number of items of disagreement)
  4. Evaluate the items that were scored the same. Spend more time looking over the areas of disagreement.
  5. Answer the following questions for each IEP evaluated.

IEP 1: W115  – Ratings of IEP quality

  1. After you evaluate the IEP, what recommendations do you have for each of the sections evaluated?
  2. How can you rewrite the goals to make them more measurable?
  3. How could the present levels of performance be rewritten to make them more usable for writing the goals for that area?


IEP 2: w212 – Ratings of IEP quality

 

  1. After you evaluate the IEP, what recommendations do you have for each of the sections evaluated?
  2. How can you rewrite the goals to make them more measurable?
  3. How could the present levels of performance be rewritten to make them more usable for writing the goals for that area?

IEP 3: W214 – Ratings of IEP quality

  1. After you evaluate the IEP, what recommendations do you have for each of the sections evaluated?
  2. How can you rewrite the goals to make them more measurable?
  3. How could the present levels of performance be rewritten to make them more usable for writing the goals for that area?

IEP 4: W226 – Ratings of IEP quality

  1. After you evaluate the IEP, what recommendations do you have for each of the sections evaluated?
  2. How can you rewrite the goals to make them more measurable?
  3. How could the present levels of performance be rewritten to make them more usable for writing the goals for that area?

This IEP is an updated IEP following COMPASS Consultation.

IEP: High School Student 1