Your child's/student's IEP has annual goals. They lay out what your child/student will be working on during the school year. To ensure optimum success, IEP goals shouldn't be vague or general. Instead, they should be SMART.
Pam and Pete Wright (Wrights Law) developed the SMART measurement which helps parents and teachers craft goals that set the framework for learning as well as monitor progress. According to this measurement, each IEP goal should be:
(S) Specific , (M) Measurable, (A) Use Action Words, (R) Realistic and Relevant, (T) Time-limited.
This workshop will go over these components and help you to craft a better IEP for your child and/or student.