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Writing Measurable Functional and Transition IEP Goals

By:
Cynthia M. Herr, Barbara D. Bateman
Details:
Paperback
Year:
2012
Pages:
99
Size:
8.7" x 5.7"
ISBN:
9781578618118
Item Code:
WMFT
Price: $25.00
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Students with severe and multiple disabilities typically do not get sufficient, direct, individual instruction in functional and transition skills areas. These include social skills, communication, transportation training, leisure-recreation, self-care, housekeeping, and many others. This lack of functional skill training can also be a problem for those with moderate or mild disabilities. Writing Measurable Functional and Transition IEP Goals addresses all these groups with its focus squarely on two instructional steps:

  • writing measurable goals (target behaviors)
  • identifying steps on the way to those goals (task analysis)

The book is patterned after the coauthors' highly successful and definitive book, Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives, but emphasizes functional goals for transition students.

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