A Class Set
Keep your at-a-glance sheets organized for easy reference.
A simple sheet
This example gives only the most basic information.
A detailed sheet
This example goes into a bit more detail about the student.
When to use:
- At-a-glance reminders of IEP goals, favorite reinforcers, or potential challenges
- Reference for staff less familiar with a student, such as an elective teacher, occupational therapist or substitute.
How to use:
- The information for a student profile can come from a variety of sources. Family, teachers, paraeducators, specialists, health professional or the student may all provide helpful information when building a student profile.
- Some categories you might include:
- Age, grade, photo, and other identifying facts
- Strengths and challenges
- Likes and dislikes
- IEP goals
- BIP steps
- Assistive technology/ accommodations
- Modes of communication
- Medical issues or concerns
- Keep your student reference sheets on hand, up to date, and organized in a folder or on a binder ring.
Tip: Keep an up to date duplicate copy with your substitute materials.