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Special education students receive an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), which sets goals, provides curricular modifications and measurable outcomes, and identifies educators responsible for die items set out in the IEP. Here are a few examples of specific modifications that I have included on my child's IEP: * Individual projects will focus on higher critical thinking skills: analysis, evaluation of data, and decision making. * Curricular options, instructional approaches, and resource materials will be differentiated to suit the student's educational needs. * Special attention will be paid to the pace of the student's work. * The student will be exempt from repeating concepts already mastered.
For PEAT's Sake Kathy Levy Parenting for High Potential; Dec 2008; Docstoc pg. 7 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Furthe
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