1 Standards Based IEP s for Preschool Children Special Education Services Alabama State Department of Education
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5 Writing Preschool IEP s to Standards Materials List Alabama Developmental Standards for Preschool Children Collection of Data Action Analyze data for common strands of strengths and needs
6 Alabama Developmental Standards for Preschool Children Access the standards at the website: ments/65/developmental_st andards_handbook.pdf OR Access the standards at the ELPP website elpp/
7 Language and Literacy Goal 1: Children will develop listening comprehension skills (receptive language).
8 Collect and Analyze Data: Data Sources Initial IEP: Current assessment data; Family Focus Interview, Natural Environment Survey, parent interview, teacher interview, checklists, observations, related service providers, Early Intervention, private evaluations, medical reports, other Annual IEPs: Annual update of ELPP data (optional, but encouraged), curriculum evaluations, progress monitoring, parent input, teacher reports, related service providers, progress reports, previous year s IEP, other
9 TJ - age 3.6 Brigance III -Communication and Social development delays. Avg. cognition, physical and adaptive development. Preschool Language Scale V-Higher expressive skills than receptive skills Uses words to communicate wants and needs Imitates 7-8 word phrases heard on T.V. Responds to some yes/no questions and wh questions related to visual information, familiar events and simple stories with pictures Requires prompting to answer questions Poor ability to engage in reciprocal conversation Unable to answer most questions asked by his teachers and peers without prompting Good health No meds Benefits when oral information is simplified, repetitively presented, and paired with visual cues Normal hearing and vision Does not verbally initiate conversation or engage in reciprocal play with peers
10 Develop Student Profile Strengths Parental concerns for enhancing the education of the child Student preferences and/or Interests- Results of most recent evaluations: Eligibility, teacher observation, progress monitoring, related service data, etc. Academic, developmental and functional needs-how the disability adversely affects participation and progress in age appropriate activities Other- Information pertinent to the development of the IEP that is not included anywhere else on the profile page. Ex. Medical, progress on previous IEP, etc. Transitioning from EI to Preschool-justify if IEP will not be implemented on the child s 3 rd birthday
11 Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance Strengths Needs How the disability affects the child s participation and progress in age appropriate activities Tell what the child can do in relation to what the child should be able to do in the area of instruction.
12 Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance Strengths: According to parent report, preschool teacher, and the recent results of the Brigance Diagnostic Inventory of Early Development III, TJ uses word combinations to communicate his wants and needs. (LL.P.4.1.1, LL.P.4.4.2) He imitates 7-8 word phrases from familiar television shows and movies. (LL.P.4.5.3) TJ names objects/pictures in a variety of categories by pointing or naming. (LL.P.3.1.2, LL.P.3.1.1) He responds to some simple yes/no and "what" questions related to visual information, familiar events, and simple stories. (LL.P.4.2.3, LL.P.4.2.2) TJ benefits when oral information is simplified, presented repetitively, and paired with visual cues. Needs: He continues to have difficulty answering most questions presented by his teachers and peers. (LL.P.1.2.1) Statement of Adverse Affect: His difficulty answering questions restricts his participation in oral classroom activities and his ability to engage in and sustain reciprocal conversation within his preschool environment.
13 Measureable Annual Goal Who Behavior Condition Criterion Time frame Copying and pasting standards into the goal is not acceptable! Goals should be individualized for each student! Avoid including too many target goals in the annual goal!
14 Measurable Annual Goal By the end of the IEP period, TJ will use 3-4 word phrases to answer "wh" questions related to oral information presented throughout the school day with 80% accuracy in four of five trials. (LL.P.1.2.1) Who: TJ Behavior: will use 3-4 word phrases Condition: related to oral information presented throughout the school day Criteria: 80% accuracy in 4 out of five trials Timeframe: By the end of the IEP period
15 Measurable Annual Goal What NOT to do: X will increase cognitive skills by learning all 26 letters of the alphabet (LL.P.7.1), and the sounds made by at least 10 letters (LL.P.7.2), answering comprehension questions about the stories read in class (LL.P.1.2.1) such as identifying character, setting and plot as well as retelling and summarizing (LL.P.1.3) the stories and books read aloud in class 4 out of 5 times in 5 consecutive trials as measured by teacher observation and data collection by the end of the school year. Too many targets.
16 Measurable Annual Goal What should be done: AREA: Cognition By the end of the school year, X will name all 26 letters of the alphabet (LL.P.7.1) when presented by the teacher with 80% accuracy in five consecutive trials. By the end of the school year, when presented letters by the teacher, X will name the sounds made by at least 10 letters (LL.P.7.2.1) with 80% accuracy in five consecutive trials. X will answer comprehension questions about the stories read in class (LL.P.1.2.1) such as identifying character, setting and plot as well as retelling and summarizing (LL.P.1.3) the stories and books read aloud in class 4 out of 5 times in 5 consecutive trials as measured by teacher observation and data collection by the end of the school year.
17 Special Education and Related Services
18 4 Components of Service Details During structured play activities within the preschool environment, the special education teacher will use prompting(visual, verbal and physical), modeling, and verbal imitation in one-on-one and /or small group instruction to teach reciprocal play skills and ways to initiate peer interaction. Provider(Who): special education teacher Content(Subject area): reciprocal play skills and ways to initiate peer interaction. Methodology(Type of instruction): prompting, modeling, and verbal imitation Delivery of Instruction(How, When): (one-on-one and small group instruction, During structured play activities Use these 4 components for special education and related services details.
19 Supplementary Aides and Services Consists of aids, services and other supports that are provided in regular education classes or other education-related settings to enable a student with a disability to be educated with nondisabled students to the maximum extent appropriate in accordance with their least restrictive environment. Adult modeling Verbal prompts Visual prompts Physical prompts Picture cards Peer models Positive praise Potty schedule Paraprofessional
20 Assistive Technology An FM system will be utilized for oral instruction in the inclusive classroom. A touch selection device will be utilized to show preferences in choices.
21 Support for Personnel The special education teacher will train the early childhood teacher and paraprofessional on sensory related behavior issues and behavior control techniques. The speech pathologist will train preschool teachers and staff on use of visual prompting and picture schedules. The special education teacher will train preschool staff on strategies for teaching and reinforcing language development and socialemotional development within the inclusive preschool environment. The special education teacher will train the early childhood teachers and paraprofessionals on the use of Mary s augmentative communication device.
22 LRE Justification Does this student receive all special education services with nondisabled peers? NO If NO, explain: Acceptable Non-acceptable Needs an environment with less distraction Needs minimal visual and auditory distraction Needs small group Needs one-on-one instruction Needs modified instruction Benefits from an environment where lighting, sound and movement can be controlled for a portion of the day
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25 Grade Levels for Preschool Change grade levels as child ages year olds 98 3 year olds 99 4 & 5 year olds
26 OSEP requires measurement of three areas for preschool: LRE- Indicator 6 Outcomes- Indicator 7 Transition- Indicator 12
27 Indicator 6 Percent of preschool children aged 3 through 5 with IEPs attending a: A. Regular early childhood program and receiving the majority of special education and related services in the regular early childhood program. LRE 20, 22 Alabama s target= 52.50% and higher Alabama s actual data = 49.83% LEAs meeting state target = 62/134 B. Separate special education class, separate school or residential facility. LRE 16, 17, 18 Alabama s target=6.59% and below Alabama s actual data = 5.68% LEAs meeting state target = 106/134
28 Indicator 6 February 29, 2012 letter from OSEP sent to coordinators: The purpose of this letter is to reiterate that the least restrictive environment (LRE) requirements apply to the placement of preschool children with disabilities. The statute regarding LRE applies equally to preschool and school age children with disabilities.
29 Indicator 7 Indicator 7: Percent of preschool children age 3 through 5 with IEPs who demonstrate improved: A. Positive social-emotional skills (including social relationships) B. Acquisition and use of knowledge and skills (including early language/communication and early literacy) C. Use of appropriate behaviors to meet their needs
31 ELPP Entry Data Entry data should be entered for all preschool students, except those whose initial IEP meeting date is less that 45 days prior to the end of the school year and will enter kindergarten in the Fall. Data should be gathered in a collaborative process from multiple sources, entered on the paper copy, then submitted. ELPP entry should be collected and submitted within 45 days of the initiation of special education services. (Changed from 30 to 45 days). Initiation of special education services means when the LEA actually begins special education services. Services does not mean eligibility date, third birthday, etc. The 45 days is automatically calculated from the date of initial IEP meeting field in the student folder. That date is the same as the initial IEP signature date.
32 ELPP Exit Data For children exiting preschool in Spring before going to kindergarten in the Fall: Collect Exit data between April Do not collect data prior to April 15. Submit ELPP Exit data May No ELPP documents should be uploaded before May 1, unless the child moves out of state or exits special education. If the student s name appears on the exit overdue list after the April 30 th date, the ELPP should be entered at that time. (May 1 st through the end of the school year).
33 Do not submit Exit ELPP: For children receiving less than six months of services and exiting preschool. For children that the parent revoked consent for services after receiving more than six months of service. For children attending preschool for another year rather than transitioning to kindergarten. The exit ELPP will be completed at the end of that year in preschool before the child goes to kindergarten.
34 Do not submit Exit ELPP: cont For children that move out of Alabama without withdrawing from the LEA (after receiving more than six months of services). For children that are no longer eligible to receive services. For children that are deceased.
35 ELPP Documentation Teachers and SLPs are expected to maintain a paper copy of the entry and exit ELPP in the child s special education file. Paper copies will be viewed during monitoring. Paper copies should remain in the child s special education files.
36 ELPP DOCUMENTATION Required to keep data for documentation to support each standard for the ELPP at Entry and Exit. Collection of ELPP data should be a collaborative process from multiple sources. Parent Early childhood teacher Early childhood special education teacher EI service coordinator Related service providers- SLP, O & M, PT., OT, Nurse, AT specialist, LEA representative Reports- Eligibility, physicians/medical, checklists, observations, private evaluations, Family Focus Interview, Natural Environment Observation, assessments, curriculum evaluations Other agency documentation
38 ELPP Electronic Tracking System (EETS) Spreadsheet ELPP spreadsheets will be submitted through the ELPP Share Point site. Collect Exit data between April Submit the ELPP Spreadsheet by uploading the document between May No ELPP EETS documents should be uploaded before May 1, unless the child moves out of state or exits special education.
39 EETS Spreadsheet Reminders Operating instructions for uploading the documents into Share Point will be sent to special education coordinators. Only persons appointed by the LEA superintendent and registered in ED Dir will be permitted to upload the spreadsheet. Typically, this person is the special education coordinator. Persons uploading to SharePoint must use their Ed Dir User ID and Password. Locate this information before time to submit.
40 Indicator 12 Percent of children referred by Part C prior to age 3, who are found eligible for Part B, and who have an IEP developed and implemented by their third birthdays. OSEP Target 100% Alabama did not achieve 100% for or : Four LEAs had one child past the third birthday. ALABAMA MUST IMPROVE!
41 Indicator 12 EI to Preschool Tracking Log
42 t RANSITION REMINDERS Children transitioning from Early Intervention (EI) may not be screened. EI referrals must proceed to the Special Education referral process. This applies to children transitioning from EI in both SLI and DD disability areas.
43 t RANSITION REMINDERS Avoid Frequent Tracking Log Errors All children referred from EI not on the Log. Omitted data in the EI to Preschool Tab. Transitioned from EI box not checked in the EI to Preschool Tab. Incorrect configuration of Referred to EI (not to LEA) 90 days or less Y or N. Failure to monitor the log under state reports. Be sure to review Log under preview in state reports. Failure to monitor the 60 day timeline and dates for the child s 3 rd birthday. Lost letters of notification from EI. Considering children referred to EI days before the third birthday as a parent referral.
44 Indicator 12: UPDATE! LEAs will receive an listing the children that have been referred to the LEA by EI. Routinely compare this list to the Early Intervention Notification to Local Education Agency letters received. Consult with your EI service coordinator if there are children on the list for whom you have not received the Early Intervention Notification to Local Education Agency. Doing this will produce 100% accurate EI to Preschool Tracking Logs!
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