Gather Information
(pages 12-15)
Set The Direction
(pages 16-24)
Developing IEP's
(pages 25-43)
Implementing and Updating IEP's
(pages 44-49)
Modifications and Accommodations
100

The parents, students, school staff, representatives of outside agencies and support personnel are all a part of this. 

Who are the people important in the development and implementation of a student's IEP?

100

The person who holds the role of ensuring IEP's are completed within the first 30 days of a student's placement in a special education program.

Who is the Principal?

100

These are the categories listed for a student's individual requirements in the IEP.

What are: No accommodations or modifications, Accommodated only, Modified and/or Alternative? 

100

These are the people directly responsible for implementing the program and services outlined in a student’s IEP.

Who are the classroom teacher and support personnel?

100

Buddy/peer tutoring is an example of this.

What is an Instructional Accommodation?

200

This person is the one who makes decisions related to the program planning sections of an Individual Education Plan.

Who is the person who writes the report card (usually the classroom teacher)?

200

Communicating openly and regularly with parents and students in clear, plain language.

What is ensuring parental and student involvement in the IEP process?

200

The special teaching and assessment strategies, human supports, and/or individualized equipment required to enable a student to learn and to demonstrate learning and do not alter the provincial curriculum.

What are accommodations?

200

Group instruction, peer coaching, and buddy systems are examples of this.

What are strategies that can help the student participate in many classroom activities?

200

Assistive devices or adaptive equipment is an example of this.

What is an Environmental Accommodation?

300

Where applicable, information relating to the IPRC process and the IPRC’s statement of decision, including the date of the most recent IPRC, the student’s exceptionality, and the IPRC’s placement decision is a part of what in the IEP process?

What is an example of the basic information needed for the IEP?

300

The student has been identified as exceptional by an IPRC or the student has not been formally identified as exceptional but requires an ongoing special education program and/or services, including modified or alternative learning expectations and/or accommodations are to be recorded.

What is the reason for developing the IEP?

300

The age-appropriate grade-level expectations for a subject or course in order to meet a student’s learning needs which may involve developing expectations that reflect knowledge and skills required in the curriculum for a different grade level and/or increasing or decreasing the number and/or complexity of the grade level curriculum expectations.  

What are modifications? 

300

This practice may indicate that the IEP needs to be adjusted.

What is ongoing assessment?

300

A grade 8 student completing grade 6 math is an example of this.

What is a modification?

400

When obtaining, releasing, or sharing personal information about a student, the principal must ensure that the requirements of these legal acts have been met.

What is the Education Act and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

400

According to this regulation, a copy of the IEP is sent to parents and to the student, if the student is 16 years of age or older.

What is Regulation 181/98.

400

Developed to help students acquire knowledge and skills that are not represented in the Ontario curriculum.

What is alternative expectations?

400

This requires the IEP box to be checked on a student's report card and a special statement to be used in the comment box.

What is modified expectations?

400

Extra time for processing is an example of this

What is an assessment accommodation?

500

The information gathered in the IEP process needs to be consolidated and analysed.

What is to provide a detailed picture of the student’s areas of strength and need, and to identify any consistent patterns of successful learning?

500

Behaviour, Autism, Deaf and hard-of-hearing, Language impairment, Speech impairment, Learning disability and Giftedness are all examples of this listed in the IEP.

What is the student's exceptionality?

500

Subjects or courses with modified expectations and alternative programs are methods of classifying programs for students with this exceptionality.

Who are gifted students?

500

The practice of  filing the working copy of the IEP which should replace the filed copy at the end of each school year or semester, or when the student transfers to another school in the OSR helps with this.

What is ensuring the OSR is up to date?

500

In subjects such as science and technology, social studies, history, geography, and health and physical education, and in most secondary school courses, these are the modifications typically made.

What is changing the number and/or complexity of the regular grade-level expectations?

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