Goals, Objectives, and Benchmarks: Presentation Pt.2

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 Part 2:
 Measurable Annual Goals,
 Objectives and Benchmarks

Kansas State Department of Education
Technical Assistance System Network
                  IEP Process

                  Exit      Referral

             Evaluation (and Eligibility)

                                Present Levels of Academic
Progress Reporting
                                Achievement & Functional
                     Post              Performance

  Services
                  Secondary
  Short-Term
                    Goals              Prioritize Needs
                                        and How Needs
 Objectives and                        Will be Addressed
  Benchmarks

              Measurable Annual Goals
     Measurable
    Annual Goals
Measurable Annual Goals
describe the anticipated
progress that will result from
specially designed
instruction the student will
receive.
 Additional requirements for
 Students taking the KAMM

Goals in the content area
 being assessed with the
 KAMM
All academic goals on the IEP
 are standards-based
 Goals in the Content area to
         be Assessed

 A student taking the Reading
  KAMM must have an IEP goal in
  the area of reading.
 A student taking the Mathematics
  KAMM must have an IEP goal in
  the area of math.
Standards-Based IEP Goals


 Required: All academic goals
  on the IEP for any student
  participating in the KAMM
   are closely linked to the
       Kansas standards
     Documenting the Standards-based Goal

 Review student’s grade level content standards.
 Identify prerequisite skills the student will need to
    achieve in order to reach grade level standards
    (indicators).
   Select specific skill that the goal(s) will focus on.
   Insure that baseline data specific to the skill has been
    collected.
   Write the goal to contain behavior, condition, criteria,
    and timeframe.
   Reference/write the specific Standard, Benchmark,
    and Indicator that is addressed with the goal.
         Links to Kansas Standards

 Kansas Curricular Standards and Resources
  http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=1678
 Kansas Extended Standards
  http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=2384
 Kansas Early Learning Guidelines & Standards
  (Birth – 5)
  http://www.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=3321
                  IEP Process

                  Exit      Referral

             Evaluation (and Eligibility)

                                Present Levels of Academic
Progress Reporting
                                Achievement & Functional
                     Post              Performance

  Services
                  Secondary
  Short-Term
                    Goals              Prioritize Needs
                                        and How Needs
 Objectives and                        Will be Addressed
  Benchmarks

              Measurable Annual Goals
        Short-Term Objectives and
        Benchmarks in IDEA 04

No longer required for all IEPs
 All goals on an IEP for a student
  taking the Kansas Alternate
  Assessment must include
  benchmarks or short term
  objectives
          Clarifying Requirements

 KAMM = Standards-based academic goals


 KAA = ALL goals must have benchmarks &/or short-
 term objectives (no requirement for standards-based
 goals)

 KAMM and KAA Combo = ALL academic goals must
 be standards-based and ALL goals must have
 benchmarks and/or short-term objectives
     Short-Term Objectives
       and Benchmarks

Specify intermediate progress
  toward the goal that allows
   you to determine whether
 progress is sufficient to meet
            the goal.
   Short-Term Objective
     Characteristic #1


Is a sequential, progressive,
   intermediate measure
   of progress toward the
        annual goal.
   Short-Term Objective
     Characteristic #2



Is a restatement of the goal
  with a different criterion.
        Benchmark
      Characteristic #1


Are milestones that describe
   content learned or skills
      to be performed.
          Benchmark
        Characteristic #2

Are distinct skills that are often
 independent of each other but
 must be combined to meet the
 measurable annual goal.
         Benchmark
       Characteristic #3


Are used when progress is not
 easily quantified and is based
        on task analysis.

				
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