Event date: 9/8/2021 Export event
Mark Wills
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Effective Measurement of IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills

NASW New York State

5-7 p.m. ET

This training is a follow-up to the in training entitled ‘Writing Effective IEP Goals and Objectives for Social-Emotional and Behavioral Skills’. It is preferred that individuals took part 1 but it is not an absolute requirement, as we will briefly review key takeaways from part 1. In this training, participants will learn how to make effective measurement choices for measuring IEP goals and objectives, learn how to chart and graph student progress data, and learn to write rubrics to measure complex social and behavioral skills.

Learning Objectives
After the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Make effective measurement choices when writing goals and objectives
  • Create charts to collect progress data effectively
  • Create graphs to display student progress visually
  • Write rubrics to measure complex social and behavioral skills
REGISTER FOR EFFECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF IEP GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL SKILLS
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