Jun 192014
 

Learning to write GREAT IEP Goals for your child can help you write a goal for ANY instruction your child needs, including organizational skills. Organizational skills CAN be taught, but they require you or your child’s teacher to give your child specific, step-by-step instructions, each and every day, day after day, until the process becomes natural [...]

Aug 042013
 

If your child is struggling to make adequate yearly progress with handwriting, you can write strong IEP goals to insure your child is “on track” with his handwriting. With schools often dragging their feet, you absolutely MUST be ready to write measurable IEP goals so you AND your child’s school will KNOW whether your child is [...]

Aug 042013
 
IEP Goals for Organization for Children with Executive Function Disorder or ADHD

Are you looking for “ready made” Organization-based IEP Goals for your child? You can use the example IEP organizational goals listed below as a template for developing appropriate goals for your child. Here are some examples of MEASURABLE IEP goals for Organization: [Your Child’s name] will improve in at least two of the following executive functioning [...]

Aug 042013
 

Is your child’s spelling horrible? If your child has dyslexia or dysgraphia, spelling is undoubtedly a challenge for your child. If your child’s school uses weekly spelling tests as their only means of working on spelling, you’ll need to strengthen your understanding of spelling disabilities and how to write strong IEP goals for spelling. How [...]

Aug 042013
 

Does your child struggle to write his thoughts on paper? Writing struggles are common for kids with dysgraphia. If your child has dysgraphia or a specific learning disability in written expression, you may have found it difficult to tell if your child is making progress in written expression in school. If you want to KNOW [...]

Aug 032013
 

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