Writing Effective IEP Objectives
Thomas Phillip Kitchen
Assistant Professor of Special Education
You will Learn:
- Objectives can be the most difficult part of a well-written IEP.
- Writing solid objectives is a skill that can be learned.
- A well-written objective may guide your intervention.
- A well-written objective may protect you and your district in the case of due process.
- A well-written objective is the right of any learners receiving special education.
In this quick preview of our full on-demand webinar, “Writing an Effective IEP,” Tom Kitchen discusses several important components of a well-written objective. In this 10-minute segment, learn about the three main components of a measurable objective. This will help you write an IEP that serves as a template for hastening and measuring learner progress.
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