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As a sub-teacher for K-12 general and special ed students, I often see these same target goals for special ed students listed in their IEPs (Instructi

Great information.  As a sub-teacher for K-12 general and special ed students, I often see these same target goals for special ed students listed in their IEPs (Instructional Education Plan).  I browsed the site and did not see any specific reference toward special education.  Is there an area on your site that addresses special education students?

Question asked after reading: http://www.education.com/reference/article/beha...
In Topics: Autism & Aspergers Syndrome
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Louiseasl
Dec 9, 2011
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Hello and thank you for writing to JustAsk!

There are many excellent sites to help learn about the nuts and bolts of special education. (In addition to our information here on Education.com)

You may wish to check out these:

http://www.nasponline.org

http://www.naset.org/

http://www.cec.sped.org/am/template.cfm?section=Home
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Good luck!

Louise Sattler, Psychologist

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maqrshalljulia
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I'm a high school special ed teacher but have worked in different settings. Behavior goals are part of the behavior plan. This is written primarily by the school psychologist but the rest of the team may also draft it. The student is observed and the cause/antecedent for the behavior is identified. Is it attention seeking, avoidance, etc. The targeted behavior is then replaced. A substitute for the behavior is the goal. Baby steps all the way. There is no one big book of goals to choose from. There are guides to writing behavior plans but it is really what works. That's why you might see similar goals and replacement behaviors.
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