SELFDETERMINATIO N 02/27/2020 In this unit you will:
SELFDETERMINATIO N 02/27/2020 In this unit you will: Understand the concept of self-determination Identify some of the skills that make up selfdetermination Describe how self-determination can help you to reach your goals
02/27/2020 Self-Determination: Its My Life - Understanding myself - Creating goals for my life - Understanding my IEP - Participating in my IEP meeting 02/27/2020
What is Self-Determination? Knowing & believing in yourself Knowing what you want for your future and making plans to achieve it. Knowing the supports that you need to be successful 02/27/2020 Dr. Wehmeyer says selfdetermination is:
just another word for a life filled with rising expectations, dignity, respect, and opportunities. 02/27/2020 There are many different skills that make up self-determination:
02/27/2020 Internal Locus of Control Self-Efficacy
Self-Awareness and Self-Knowledge Choice- and Decision-Making Problem-Solving Goal-Setting and Attainment Self-Regulation Self-Advocacy I. SELFAWARENESS Self Awareness means understanding myself as:
A learner A worker A person 02/27/2020 This Lessons Agenda Identify three great qualities about yourself Identify a skill you are really good at Identify strategies (tricks) and supports
that help you to learn 02/27/2020 I look great! I feel great! I am great! Nothing can stop me now! 02/27/2020
I look great! I feel great! I am great! Nothing can stop me now! THINK POSITIVE! You can improve your self-esteem! Take pride in your individuality!
Help yourself by developing your talents and abilities Encourage yourself whenever you need to Love yourself
02/27/2020 Praise yourself When you deserve it Trust your own judgment Three Great Qualities About Me
What am I good at? What are my strengths? What skills do I have? What compliments do I get? What makes me proud of myself? What makes others (my family, teachers, friends) proud of me? 02/27/2020
Handout: Three great qualities about me Name_________________ Date: _____________ What am I good at? What are my strengths? What skills do I have? What compliments do I get? What makes me proud of myself? What makes others (my family, teachers, friends) proud of me? 02/27/2020
I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends (and coworkers and family, and) Everyone has challenges! Part of understanding ourselves is knowing what things are hard for us and the kind of help that we need. When we grow in these skills and get help when we need it, we can move closer toward our goals!
02/27/2020 Temple Grandin - Colorado State University calls her "the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world. Dr. Grandin talks about her difficulty understanding social skills and needing 02/27/2020 extra time to process information. Albert Einstein - Einstein had difficulty with social interactions, was very intelligent but had difficulty
learning in school. He had dyslexia/ADD/Autism 02/27/2020 Tom Cruise- American actor and filmmaker with dyslexia. Golden Globe award winner. Starred in Risky Business; A Few Good Men; Top Gun; Mission Impossible, etc. 02/27/2020 What things are harder for me? What is my disability called?
What things do I get help with in school, like being organized, writing, social skills? What do I get help with at home? What accommodations help me to learn? 02/27/2020 Handout: What things are harder for me? Name:______________ Date: __________ What is my disability called?
What things do I get help with in school, like being organized, writing, social skills? What do I get help with at home? What accommodations help me to learn? 02/27/2020 My TPF: Strengths and Skills My skills are: Some things that are harder for me are:
Student Name: ____________________ 02/27/2020 Date:_______________ II. Goal Setting and Attainment 02/27/2020
In this unit, you will: Be encouraged to dream about your future Provide examples of your dreams or vision Create a plan to support that vision 02/27/2020 My Vision for My Future Get an
dance apartment Have a nice boyfriend drive Go to the Y Work with
computers Take craft classes First, think about what you want for your future. 02/27/2020
My Vision for My Future What kind of a job do I want (short-term)? What kind of career do I want (long-term)? Do I want to take classes (one-time workshops or college coursework)? What kind of living arrangement do I want (stay at home for awhile, rent an apartment, college dorm)? Who do I want to live with? What community memberships would I like (library, gym, theater, volunteer job)? 02/27/2020
My TPF: My Vision for My Future After high school, I plan on working: After high school, I plan on living: I would like to learn about: After high school, I will have fun by: Student Name: ____________________ 02/27/2020
Date:_______________ My Vision for My Future Now that you have a vision of your future, lets set some goals to help you get there! 02/27/2020 My Action Steps Instruction:
1) What I need to learn now to help me move toward my future is: 2) A KP class I could take to help me is: Employment: 3) To reach my work goal, I first need to: 4) Then I need to: Community/Adult Living: 5) One skill I need to learn to be more independent is: 6) I can get involved with an agency or job or community membership, like: 02/27/2020
My TPF: My Action Plan These are the steps to reach my vision 1. Instruction: Is there a course of study or specific courses needed that will help the student reach his/her post-secondary vision? 2.
Employment: Are there employment opportunities and/or specific skills that will help the student reach his/her post-secondary vision? 1. 2.
1. Community Experiences/ Post School Adult Living: Are there certain types of community and/or adult living experiences that will help the student reach his/her post-secondary vision?. 2. Student 02/27/2020
Name: ____________________ Date:_______________ III. Understanding my IEP Its all about me!
02/27/2020 (Teachers do Pre IEP Understanding Inventory) Welcome to your IEP! In this class you will learn: What an IEP is What is in your IEP Why you need to be part of your IEP team
02/27/2020 What is an IEP? IEP stands for Individualized Education Program (IEP). The IEP is a written document that describes the educational plan for a student with a disability. The IEP talks about your disability, what skills you need to learn, what youll do in school this year, what services your school will provide, and where your learning will take place.
02/27/2020 Why do students with disabilities need an IEP? Its the law!! There is a law called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) that requires each student with disabilities who receives special education services to have an IEP. The IEP helps the school meet your learning needs. It also helps you plan educational goals for yourself.
Thats why its called an IEP.because it is an individualized education program. 02/27/2020 What is the purpose of an IEP? The purpose of the IEP is to make sure everyone knows what your educational program will be for the year. The people who need to know your plan are: You Your parents
Your teachers Your teaching assistants 02/27/2020 Where is the IEP developed? The IEP is developed during an IEP meeting. You and the people involved in your education meet, discuss and develop your IEP goals for the next year.
02/27/2020 The IEP meeting The law requires that your IEP is reviewed at least once a year and changes are made, if necessary. There could be more than one IEP meeting if needed. The meeting will last about 1 hour. It is your education that everyone will be discussing in the meeting. Your opinions are an important part of the discussion!
02/27/2020 Optional Activity: Review, Im Determined: Understanding and Preparing for MY IEP 02/27/2020 What Should I Do if I Want to Help Develop My IEP? There are five basic steps:
1. Talk to your parents and teachers. 2. Review last years IEP with your parents. 3. Think about your strengths and needs in school. 4. Write your goals for this school year. 5. Practice what you would like to say at the meeting. 02/27/2020 Accommodations Accommodations are things the school or your teacher can do to
make it easier to learn. They are adapting or adjusting what you are learning or how a teacher is teaching. 02/27/2020 Accommodations Here are some common accommodations that schools make for students: Note-taking Accommodations
Providing teacher or teacher assistant notes Use of a computer Test Taking Accommodations Extended time to take tests Small group testing The test is read to you Additional Accommodations Seating in front of the classroom
02/27/2020 Ask Yourself What classes, jobs or tasks do you do? Make a list. Which is your best class, job or task? What can you do well in this class or job? These are your strengths. (Examples: read, write, listen, work in groups, work alone, complete homework) 02/27/2020
Ask Yourself What class or job is hardest for you? What is the hardest part of this class or job for you? These are the areas you need to work on during the school year. (Examples: Paying attention, reading the book, listening, staying in your seat, remembering new information, doing homework, working in groups...) What accommodations would help you to better with this class or job?
02/27/2020 Ask Yourself What do you need to work on in your other classes or tasks that you need to learn? Make a list for each class about what is difficult for you in each one. Be specific- for example in math class, you might find fractions or word problems or some other math skill very difficult. What accommodations would help you to improve?
02/27/2020 IV. Participating in my IEP Meeting 02/27/2020 02/27/2020
Lets look at the Im Determined brochure so you can begin to think about how you will participate in your meeting. 02/27/2020 Pre-IEP Confidence Indicator
Before we learn about and practice participating in your IEP meetings, lets see how confident you feel about it. Handout: Pre-IEP Confidence Indicator 02/27/2020 Student Meeting Notes Handout: Student Meeting Notes Now we can review each section of this
handout and you can write down what you know so far about yourself and your IEP meeting. 02/27/2020 At the meeting, you can: Talk about your strengths and needs Describe your learning style (how you learn best and what gets in the way of your learning
Tell team members the accommodations you need and why you need them List your educational goals and objectives Talk about your transition plan for the future 02/27/2020 Its also a good idea to practice what you want to say. Practice with your parents, a classmate, or a teacher.
Parents need to know what your goals are before the meeting so they can support your decisions. 02/27/2020 Post-IEP Confidence Indicator Now that we have learned about and practiced participating in your IEP meetings, lets see how confident you feel about it. Handout: Post-IEP Confidence Indicator
02/27/2020 What Happens After High School? Your IEP ends when you graduate high school What can you do well in this class? These are your strengths. (Examples: read, write, listen, work in groups, work alone, complete homework)
02/27/2020 Handout: Post-IEP Understanding Inventory Now you can see for yourself how much you understand about the IEP process 02/27/2020
Im Determined! Ive got my IEP meeting scheduled in my planner! I am ready to participate in my IEP meeting! 02/27/2020
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