Common Core Teacher Input Forms for IEPs
One page teacher-input forms based on the speech/language areas of the common core!
These common core checklists are perfect for all school-based speech pathologists! Everything you need to fill out your student’s present levels of academic achievement as well as get goal ideas!
★ One page per grade level for communication common core (high school grade levels condensed: This makes it teacher-friendly for teachers to quickly fill out.
★ Most commonly addressed speaking/listening, literacy, and language core standards included: The standards included are ideal for developing speech goals
★ PDF Fillable: No printing required – just email to the teachers and do online!
★ Common core standards: Easy to justify the educational impact of communication disorder when teacher gives input about the standards.
★ Teacher input: Easy and quick one-page teacher input forms for all levels. Use this information directly on the present levels of IEPs
★ Bonus: I have also included my first version of this product which includes ELA and Math checklists in Word and pdf forms for Sped teachers up to grade 5. Important – middle and high school ELA and Math checklists are NOT included.
This is how I use:
Whenever I have a new IEP, I email the “Teacher Input” form as well as the “CC checklist” for the appropriate grade level. The teacher fills out both forms and either emails or prints them out. I then use them to fill out the student’s present levels on the IEP as well as develop annual goals.
❤️ “These forms will make it so easy to gain teacher input for my students’ present levels of performance at IEP time! I love the idea of emailing the form to teachers. Teachers will respond more quickly with this format – no more misplaced forms!! Thanks for this amazing resource!”
❤️ “Best resource for us speechies!! thank you so much! major time saver!!”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Hi! I’m Dr. Cheri Dodge Chin. I am a published researcher, adjunct professor, and national presenter with a clinical doctorate in speech-language pathology. I have over 20 years of experience in empowering children, educators, and families. I began my blog, , in 2008 with the hope of engaging other speech pathologists and passing on ideas and resources. The blog is now recognized as one of the first SLP blogs in the world and has been nominated for multiple awards. While browsing, make sure to check out my and with over 50 FREE downloads! Aside from flying around and trying to save the world, you can find me studying for my second doctorate degree (this time in education).
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