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IEP Behavior Goals

IEP Behavior Goals

If you are writing goals and objectives related to behavior/compliance, you will want to make sure that your goals are based on the student’s past performance and that they are stated positively. Behavior goals must be relevant to the student’s needs and should provide replacement behaviors for the maladaptive behavior.

 Sample Goals:

  • ______ will follow classroom rules and meet behavioral expectations across all school settings
  • ______ will respect other peoples personal space and property by keeping hands and feet to self
  • When redirected, ________will use appropriate non-verbal and verbal behaviors (keep body posture, facial expressions neutral, refrain from making verbal rebuttals, etc.)
  • ______ will request break when frustrated, upset, etc. by either using a “break card” or verbalizing

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