[Pibe-division] re Iep goal

EricGuillory at aol.com EricGuillory at aol.com
Sat May 12 13:21:01 CDT 2012


 
One of the  ways in which the National Organization of Professionals in 
Blindness Education  (PIBE) will be seeking to contribute to the field in the 
upcoming year is  through the production of several webinars, as well as 
working more diligently  to refer members to existing content which could prove 
beneficial. It sounds  like a webinar on drafting effective goals and 
short-term benchmarks, as well as  tracking the same, could be helpful to many. 
The PIBE Board would also love to  hear suggestions for other topics of 
interest and/or concern. Please email me on  or off list, and I will be happy to 
address these with the  Board. 
Thanks to  everyone for making this an informative list! And, though 
belatedly, I hope you  had a great teacher appreciation week! 
Eric Guillory,  PIBE President 
Director of  Youth Services—Louisiana Center for the Blind 




 
In a message dated 5/12/2012 12:32:34 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
twilight2 at kconline.com writes:

Yes, I refer to these standards quite  often!
 
Also, received the materials from the Oakmont  group and there were some 
neat materials.
 
Just wondering if there are ever workshops for  parents on how to write 
strong IEP goals?
 

----- Original Message ----- 
From:  _Cindi  Eskew_ (mailto:cindine at yahoo.com)  
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Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 3:36  PM
Subject: Re: [Pibe-division] re Iep  goal



I know thiis was posted almost 2 months ago about the IEP goals.  Sorry I 
am just now getting to this. I used the California Braille and  Braile 
Mathematics Standards for my student's IEP.  There are also  technology goals in 
there as well. You can do a google search for these and  then download the 
manuals.
Hope this helps, if not for this year at least for future  years.

 
Cindi  Eskew


  
"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to  entertain a thought 
without accepting  it."
Aristotle




 
 

From: Zephyr  <twilight2 at kconline.com>
To: Professionals in Blindness  Education Division List 
<pibe-division at nfbnet.org> 
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2012 1:12  PM
Subject: Re:  [Pibe-division] re Iep goal


  
 
Thanks for your information.

-----  Original Message ----- 
From:  _Sara  Rooz_ (mailto:sararooz at gmail.com)  
To:  _pibe-division at nfbnet.org_ (mailto:pibe-division at nfbnet.org)   
Sent:  Friday, March 23, 2012 1:33 PM
Subject:  [Pibe-division] re Iep goal


Hi Zephra;
My first suggestion is for you in the future  to save your Iep goal and 
short term objectives on a Microsoft word  document so if you can't find your 
Iep goal that you input using your  online Iep system that you  have a way of 
rewriting your goal. I have  one resource to suggest to look up goals and 
short term objectives at _www.tsbvi..edu_ (http://www.tsbvi..edu/)  type in 
the search bos VI goals and  you'll be given various skills with goals and 
under each goal short term  objectives. You can use the ideas as a sproing 
board to write up iep goal  and short term objectives for your students. I've 
used the resource to  write clear and precise Iep goal and short term 
objerectives for my  student population which consists students with multiple 
disabilities who  ar blind sand visually impaired. The above resource assisted me 
 tremendously. Good luck rewriting your IewpEp goal and short term  
objectives. I've learn that the goal needs to be worded spospecifically  and 
indicate how it is measured. This is known as smart goals and the  short term 
objectives can be referred to as bencyhmarks. I may have a  website to let you 
learn how to write iep goal and short term objectives  using this format. 
Many states require Iep goals and short term objectives  to be written up in 
this fashion. For the past three years, I have been  following the above 
wording. Smart refers to the goal being specific,  measurable, achievable, 
relevant and time bouound. You can write me  offlist for further ways to the goal 
using this criteria if your state and  school district require the 
implementation the above criteria. Good  luck!
Sara Rooz
Certified Teacher the Blind and Visually  Impaired in New York
Independent Related Service Provider Vision  Education Services New York 
City
Correction Iep
timebound 
 
 

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