When composing an IEP, it is crucial to first point out all of the student's positive strides forward.
He can write all of his letters. She can rote count to 20. He can rhyme pairs of words.
When the areas of concern are mentioned, it is important to continue to show hope and encouragement.
I think everyone could use an IEP.
Based on a recent assessment given, you are doing a fabulous job with your family. Your kids are thriving, you are maintaining your relationships, and people can depend on you. You have not mastered certain skills, like being 100 percent on your game all of the time, but you are working hard and doing your best.
Yeah, I would surely sign off on that one.