Education for All Handicapped Children Act and Its Amendements
The six steps involved in the creation of an IEP are: assessment, setting short and long term goals, context and methods, resources, organization, and evaluation. Context refers to the kinds of topics and themes that might be used to capitalize on interests of the child, while it also gauges if the learner will be motivated by a particular choice. Methods determine what kind of teaching will take place. It considers using direct teaching, individual versus group work, self-instructional materials and a variety of other methods that might be most effective depending on the particular needs of the disabled child. One of the most significant stages is evaluation because this stage helps determine the effectiveness of the IEP. Once an evaluation is made the IEP can be modified if necessary in order to help more effectively achieve goals.

4) Within IDEA, transition serves refer to a group of coordinate activities for students suffering from a disability. There are three components the Act outlines with respect to transition services. Transition services should be developed in an outcome-oriented manner, promoting movement from school to post-school activities and a variety of others like vocational training and community participation. Transition services must also be coordinate in such a way that each studentĘs individual needs are met by it, including a consideration of each studentĘs pref

 
 
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