Learning should not be a one-track conversation for students, and that includes our students with disabilities. Imagine being at work and having no knowledge or input on what your yearly goals were? How weird! You wouldn’t even know what was expected of you, or in you were headed in the right direction. This should be no exception for our students. As a matter of fact, having the opportunity can really help with student’s executive functioning skills
Here is how I set up my students’ IEP Goal Tracking binders:
Second, I fill out an IEP Goal Sheet for each student’s goals. It also allows you to list the objectives of each goal. No lie, my students get ridiculously excited when they can check off that an objective had been met.
Next, we fill in our self-reflection sheet. Students reflect on how they were assessed and how they feel about the direction they’re headed in in terms of meeting their goal.