IEPs & CCSS

IEPs are unique for each student, never standardized. However, students with classifications are now included within general education classrooms, expected to achieve grade level standards. In order to accomplish this, it is crucial that students’ present levels of academic and functional performances, interests, and strengths be acknowledged, documented, and honored. Student data, appropriate scaffolding, and professional collaborations drive achievements toward mastery of the CCSS.

This laminated guide offers specially designed instructional strategies for both GE and SE teachers, along with related staff to assist students with disABILITIES to achieve many ongoing successes with the goals in their IEPs, along with the CCSS and life!

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These laminated guides offer educators step-by-step ways to infuse the rigor of the CCSS in their classrooms, while having high expectations for all students-those with and without IEPs who are educated side by side in general education classrooms.

Inclusion Succeeds With Effective Strategies, Grades 6-12

Inclusion Succeeds With Effective Strategies, Grades K-5

Common Core Standards: Unique Practices for Inclusive Classrooms ELA K-5, 6-12

Common Core Standards: Unique Practices for inclusive Classrooms Math Grades K-5, 6-12

Common Core Standards: A Step-by-Step Approach Math Grades K-5,

Common Core Standards: A Step-by-Step Approach English Language Arts Grades K-5