Post: 4000 IEP s
    Posted by: Dan Baker on 7/27/14
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    Examples
    By month / year THE STUDENT will add two sets of objects to
    achieve a sum of five or less, with 2 of 10 trials on 2
    consecutive attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.

    By month / year THE STUDENT will add two sets of objects to
    achieve a sum of five or less, with 6 of 10 trials on 3
    consecutive attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.

    By month / year THE STUDENT will add two sets of objects to
    achieve a sum of five or less, with 8 of 10 trials on 4
    consecutive attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.

    By month / year THE STUDENT will estimate within the number
    of items in a jar, with 4 of 10 trials on 2 consecutive
    attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.

    By month / year THE STUDENT will estimate within the number
    of items in a jar, with 6 of 10 trials on 3 consecutive
    attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.

    By month / year THE STUDENT will estimate within the number
    of items in a jar, with 8 of 10 trials on 4 consecutive
    attempts, as observed and recorded by staff.


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