Choosing Outcomes & Accommodating for Children 3rd Addition (COACH 3)

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Choosing Outcomes & Accommodating for Children 3rd Addition (COACH 3)

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Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, second edition will teach you how to plan, prepare, organize and get quality special education services. In this comprehensive, easy-to-read book, you will learn about your child’s disability and educational needs, how to create a simple method for organizing your child’s file and devising a master plan for your child’s special education.You will understand parent-school conflict, how to create paper trails and effective letter writing. This book includes dozens of worksheets, forms and sample letters that you can tailor to your needs. Whether you are new to special education or an experienced advocate this book will provide a clear roadmap to effective advocacy for your child. You will use this book again and again.

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Based on 25 years of field-testing and widely used by thousands of education teams, COACH is the educational planning choice for students ages 3–21 in supported general education settings. Retaining the core elements of the popular previous editions, this revised edition organizes planning into a clear step-by-step process that has never been easier to implement. Professionals and families will have an effective process to help them collaborate on individualized educational plans that promote inclusive opportunities for students with a range of developmental disabilities. Education teams will discover how to

  • implement a collaborative and family-centered approach to teamwork
  • explore the current and future status of valued life outcomes
  • identify appropriate curriculum areas to assess
  • rate and select high-priority learning outcomes to be targets of instruction
  • determine which aspects of the general education curriculum should be targets of instruction
  • choose the supports students need to reach their goals
  • develop meaningful annual goals and short-term objectives that reflect each student’s individual priorities
  • create a program-at-a-glance that keeps critical information handy throughout the school day
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