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A copy of these policies can be obtained at the public school or the state’s Department of Education. N o t e s Questions to Ask at an IEP Meeting Outline the problem What are the child’s strengths and weaknesses, and how are they impacting the functional outcomes in the classroom? Goal statements Are the goals measurable? Will the child be able to accomplish the required tasks in a specific amount of time with an anticipated degree of accuracy? Analysis of the problem Have the team members generated and tested hypotheses related to the stated problems in an attempt to determine why the problem is occurring?
5 Grade: rising 2nd grader School: Tree-Top Day School Referred by: L. White, PhD/JFCS Background Information Sally is the youngest of three children, and her siblings are much older than she is (ages 17 and 20). By report, all developmental milestones were attained within normal limits, and with the exception of ear infections, health history is not remarkable. In April 2000, Sally did have a psychological test administered by Dr. L. White at United Family Services. Dr. The results of the psychological testing were not available at the time of this evaluation.
The second stage, the preoperational stage, between ages 2 and 7, is shown by the initiation of the abilities to copy and to accommodate observed behaviors. The third stage, the concrete operational stage, from ages 7 to 11, is the first intellectual growth spurt, with language carrying the principal evidence and allowing the child to evolve communicatively and noncommunicatively. Communicative speech shares thoughts, feelings, and ideas and includes input from the listener, the other participant in the dialogue.