Individual Educational Plan
Jennifer Nieradka-Piperni, Jacob Saada, Nedaa Takla
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
Gender: Male Female
Date of Birth:_November_/__17__/_2002_
School:_St-Fictious Elementary_______ Level:___K____
List relevant educational, medical/health (hearing, vision, physical, neurological), psychological, speech/language, occupational, physiotherapy, and behavioural assessments.
Summary of Results
Speech and language therapist
November 23, 2002
September 14, 2009
August 26, 2009
Mild Down Syndrome
Has a vocabulary of about 50 words, including nouns and verbs. Uses two element sentences and uses questions and commands to express himself.
James does not socialize or communicate with other children in his age group.
STUDENT’S STRENGTHS AND NEEDS
Areas of Strength
Receptive to help
Areas of Need
Fine and gross motor skills
Comprehension of instruction
Socializing with peers
Lengthen attention span
Academic Curriculum Goals
Modified Academic Goals (Objectives) or
James will listen attentively and respond to stories and poems 4 to 5 days a week during class activities by the end of June.
James will describe what he’s feeling or wants using simple words and picture cards independently 6 to 10 times a day in all class settings by the end of June.
James will cut straight along a dotted or solid line with an 80% accuracy by the end of January
James will walk up and down the stairs by putting one foot at a time on each step 4 to 5 times a day by the end of June.
James will initiate spontaneous interact with his peers by approaching the student(s), make eye contact for 2...
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