The 2001 Code of Practice made it clear that pupils with SEN should be actively involved in discussing, planning and reviewing their Individual Education Plan (IEP) from an early age. This book is an invaluable tool for doing just that, providing teachers with practical tips and guidance for writing IEPs, and including numerous examples and case histories The accompanying CD-ROM provides engaging, stimulating and, most importantly, fun IEP templates which allow teachers to truly involve pupils in the planning and reviewing process. These resources can be either printed off as full colour illustrated planning sheets, black and white line drawings to be coloured in, or they can be filled in on-screen. Gillian Shotton is an educational psychologist who has developed this programme from her own experience working with both teachers and students.
Table of Contents
Introduction Why Involve the Child? How to Use the Pupil Friendly IEPs A Script for Writing an IEP for Learning with a Pupil A Script for Writing an IEP for Behaviour with a Pupil Helping Pupils See Their Progress