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ISBN# 1-57861-149-0
Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives

Publication Date: 2006
Barbara D. Bateman, Cynthia M. Herr
 

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About the Author

Barbara Bateman, Ph.D, J.D. is a nationally recognized expert in special education and in special education law. She has taught special education students in public schools and institutions, conducted research in learning disabilities, assessment, visual impainments, mental retardation, attitudes toward people with disabilities , and effective instruction for children with disabilities. She joined the faculty of the special and while there also held visiting or summer appointments at several universities including the University of Virginia, the University of Maine and the University of Wisconsin.

Dr. Herr is an assistant professor and Research Associate in the Department of special Education at the University of Oregon and has been in the field of special education for 30 years. Currently, she is the program director for the Secondary Special Education Teacher Training program at the University of Oregon and has coordinated it for the past 17 years.

Summary

Guides the quick and effective writing of accurate and measurable IEP goals and objectives. For all staff involved in the IEP process. Many special educators view IEPs as burdensome, but IEPs are necessary, required by law and when done properly can be extremely helpful in guiding the studentís educational journey. Includes updates for IDEA 2004.

The art and science of writing truly measurable goals and objectives can be mastered so they are easy to compose, arenít time consuming and can be grasped by all appropriate staff, and parents as well. By two leading special educators and IEP legal experts, Drs. Barbara Bateman and Cynthia Herr.