Role of Special Education Teacher in IEP
Special education teachers in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) are crucial. They inform the IEP team about a student's strengths, weaknesses, and requirements. Their duties? Assessment, goal-setting, and implementation of the plan.
Post-assessment, they collaborate with the IEP team to craft specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals. The precision ensures that progress is trackable and meaningful.
The onus of implementing the IEP effectively falls on the special ed teacher. From specialized instruction to ensuring the recommended accommodations are provided, their role is pivotal. Monitoring the student's progress and adjusting the plan also comes under their purview.
Collaboration & Advocacy:
Special education teachers don't work in isolation. They team up with parents, therapists, and other professionals. Their role extends to documenting student progress, keeping parents in the loop, and advocating for student needs.
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