Parent Input for IEP
As I begin to plan for your child's Individual Education Plan (IEP) I seek input from parents and classroom teachers. The information you provide is very valuable and will become part of the confidential IEP profile page. Below are some questions to consider that will help teachers understand your child.
Please write your student's name below.
What do you feel are the strengths of your child? (Please check all that may apply.)
Adjusts well to change
Asks for help
Does not give up easily
Has neat ideas
Has a good sense of humor
What subject(s) are strengths for your child?
What subject(s) are challenging for your child?
What do you feel are your child's weaknesses/concerns (i.e. areas that may be frustrating or that you feel your child has a particular need to improve)?
Acts without thinking
Cannot get things back/forth things to/from school reliably
Does not ask for assistance
Does not understand first time explanations
Easily distracted/short attention span
Needs simple directions
Overly shy with others
Struggles with homework
Trouble changing tasks
How do you think your child learns best (What kind of situation makes learning easiest?)
Hands on activities
Watching someone model first
When directions are given several times
With a lot of examples
With no noise in the room
List any particular concerns about your child's school program this year.
Any concerns you would like me to be prepared to discuss at the IEP meeting?
Are there any medications your child takes on a regular basis?
Does your child have a driver's permit?
If your child does not have a driver's permit does he/she plan to get one?
What is your child planning to do after high school?
What is your preferred method of communication from the school?
Please list your preferred phone number or email address below.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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