IEP objectives are short-term steps towards meeting your child’s IEP goal. If your child has an IEP goal then there are usually two or more objectives or short-term toward meeting the goal. These IEP objectives come from real IEPs. You can find more IEP objectives here.
- Student will display appropriate behavior during recess/lunch 4 out of 5 days with 80% mastery.
- Student will keep hands off other students at a rate of no more than one minor infraction a week when given a behavior plan with 80% mastery.
- Student will avoid physical and aggressive interactions with his peers 3 out of 5 attempts.
- Student will keep hands off other students at a rate of no more than one minor infraction per week.
- Student will name alternative appropriate ways to respond to frustration 4 out of 5 times.
- When frustrated, student will use a cool down method to help him from getting further upset, such as counting to 10 3 out of 5 times.
- Student will respond effectively to unexpected events 7 out of 10 times.
- Student will maintain self control in a negative situation 65% of the time.