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IEPs v Provision maps- anyone just doing Prov. maps?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by peepo, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. peepo

    peepo New commenter

    Hi Have heard that some schools have abandonned IEPs and just do provision maps.
    Does anyone in Primary do this, and if so ,would you be willing to share
    an example? Do you write a more detailed provision map including the
    objectives/targets if no IEP is being written?
    Many Thanks
     
  2. In a different role we moved in to the whole Provision Mapping arena.
    BUT had to continue with IEPs for any SA+ students.
    Was a particularly laborious task as every single group had to be included. The detail you would have include don an IEP was included on the mapping for each group.
    Was it valued by staff? No. Did it tick the boxes yes.
     
  3. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Is right ! if done properly . Have seen too many poor outcomes which do not present as success or impact criteria and too few strategies which often read as a list and are not evaluated .
     

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