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Good examples of schedules an individual IEP goal templates for other teachers to follow when creating their own schedules for their self-contained inclusion classrooms.
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Setting up the Inclusive Self-Contained Classroom
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How to Set up an Inclusive Self-Contained Classroom
This is the first document you create where you begin to sketch out the schedule for each student. Your goal is to know where all students are at all times and to know which students are in your class so you can maximize your teaching to be certain to teach to the IEP as efficiently as possible.
One thing that is vital is that you are in touch with your students' IEP goals at all times. There's no time to go thumbing through paperwork constantly. Here's a great way to categorize your goals so that you know who is working on what. This can easily be shared with others working in your classroom so they, too, know what is going on.