If you're a Special Educator, then you know that one of the components that must be included in the present levels of an IEP is how the student's disability affects their involvement in the general curriculum. Below is a screen shot of what my districts present levels page looks like and the third column is where we type that info at. My district requires that in this column we put the Common Core Standards of the student's current grade level to show what a typical student in that grade level should be able to do. Okay, so if you're like me......everytime you write an IEP you have to pull out the Common Core Standards and type them into this column. This can be very time consuming when you work with 5-6 different grade levels. So one of my summer projects was to type all of the CCS's for each grade level I have into paragraph form and into one document, so that now when I write an IEP, all I have to do is open this document and copy and paste the appropriate grade level standards into this column. This is going to save me so much time writing IEPs next year! Now, it doesn't include self-help, motor skills, or social/behavioral because these are not part of the CC, but it does include ELA, Math, and Communication for grades 1-5. Later, this evening I'll be working on my own standards for those areas as well and will share that with you when it is complete!
If this is something you can use for your IEP's, the link to download the document is below!!
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