I have been looking for a way to make it easier for people who work with my students to have more convenient access to my students’ accommodations and modifications.
Last year one of the fabulous paras I work with suggested a small card. I toyed with this over the summer and ran across this blog post from Teaching Special Learners. That was it, my inspiration. Later that day, I came up with these IEP cards. The set up for these was a bit of a pain, but once I had it all figured out, filling everything in was a breeze.
Each card includes the student name, grade, homeroom teacher, case manager, disability category, seizures, behavior plan, services, related services (PT, OT, speech,), accommodations/modifications, and additional notes. After I had everything set up, I printed them out ( a different color for each grade level), hole punched them and added them to a binder ring. I also added a confidential cover to the front and the back. I have already received feedback that these are a great help to our specials teachers and the paraprofessionals that work with my students.
If you are interested in these you can find them in my Teacher's Pay Teacher's Store or try to win them through the giveaway below!
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