How to Write IEP Goals that are Appropriate & Achievable

Dr. Sally I'Anson & Dr. Jana Jones November 04, 2016

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Individualized Education Plan goal writing is a crucial skill for any educator who teaches students with special needs. It’s also an activity that often takes up far too much time. Take the struggle out of writing high-quality IEP goals using the steps outlined in the infographic.

This infographic examines 5 key steps in IEP goal writing with key questions to ask at each step, resources needed, and examples of each step.

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