#174: Cooking Up Collaboration in Special Education
When creating IEP goals, it is important to consider the student's needs not only in the classroom, but also at home. Goals that support students at both home and school are more likely to be achievable and lead to success in both environments.
In addition, IEP goals should also be valuable beyond the school years. By creating IEP goals that support students at both home and school and consider long-term success, parents and teachers can reach a whole new level of collaboration!
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