Individualized Education Plan

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The importance of a Individualized Lesson Plan (ILP) or an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is to help every child in the be successful in the classroom. Individualized Education Plans are often used in the classroom to cater to students with behavioral issues, learning disabilities, problems focusing inside the classroom and other issues. What if teachers could use the same ILP/IEP format to meet every students learning ability regardless of student? The Common Core lesson Plans that are used in the classroom now are just that, "Common". Many students are failing at being successful in school because teachers are teaching 20-3o twenty to thirty students in a classroom, with 20-30 different personalities and different backgrounds, "The Common" …show more content…
Many of these ILP 's/IEP 's are put in place to help students in the classroom who struggle with the common core curriculum because they suffer from ADA,ADHD, Autism, behavioral issues or difficulty understanding the common core curriculum. Supporting Idea: ILP 's/IEP 's uses a student 's best learning ability and uses it to teach the student in all content area: Math, ELA, Writing, Science and Social Studies. The schools IEP teacher is usually the main resource for student. She may work with this student individually or in a group setting. This teacher focuses on the students best learning method out of the three; Visually, Kinesthetic or Auditory. ILP 's/IEP 's involve the teacher, parents, social worker or therapist and the student. The best part about an ILP/IEP are they have a strong support …show more content…
Even in her lesson plans she can give an example to each group. For example , if the teacher is teaching a lesson plan about counting to one hundred, for the visual group she can allow the students to write one to one hundred using the chalk board or white board , for the kinesthetic group she can use blocks or counting bears to count to one hundred, and for the auditory group she can use head phones to play a song about counting to one hundred. The teachers responsibility to follow the students or groups plan. If the teacher chooses to incorporate IEP/ILP 's into his or her classroom, consistency plays an important role. the teacher should have a standard of teaching quality or quantity. Make the lesson fun to the student or group that you are teaching, incorporate a variety of things in the lesson. Use classroom resources such as glitter, paint, building blocks, these things would work well for student who learn visually and kinesthetically. The best part about incorporating these lesson plans is that a teacher will see it working for her whole class and not just the individuals or groups. Teachers,"They do not aspire to standardized, mass-produced lessons because they recognized that students are individualized and require a

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