3-5 Instructional Learning Program
The 3-5 Instructional Learning Program (ILP) is a cross-categorical, instructional program for students with significant learning disabilities or intellectual disabilities. This program is available for students in grades 3-5. The program provides a smaller, highly structured classroom environment with embedded academic, behavioral and communicative supports.
- To provide academic instruction and/or support in the special education and general education settings to maximize student achievement.
- To improve student confidence and self-esteem as learners.
- To provide an environment where students are comfortable receiving support, engaging in learning, and working collaboratively with other students.
This Program is Designed for…
- Special education students with learning deficits in most/all core academic areas.
- Students who have difficulty accessing a larger group learning environment.
- Students who require a higher degree of adult interactions and support.
- Students who demonstrate language discrepancies that impact learning.
- Students, based on the determination of the IEP team, with needs that cannot be met in a less-restrictive environment.
- A variety of curricular materials are used for academic and functional skills instruction.
- Students participate in curriculum-based assessments to measure progress and inform instruction.
- Students receive related services necessary to support access to their educational program based on their IEP. Related services may include: Speech Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and/or Social Work.
A Partnership with Parents/Guardians
- Parent involvement in each child’s educational program is encouraged and welcomed by the ILP team.
- Student progress will be reported to parents on a regular basis via email, progress reports and/or parent/teacher conferences.
- Academic and behavioral interventions will be designed and adjusted based on each student’s individual progress in the program.
- The ILP team is committed to working closely with students and parents to help each student feel successful in the least restrictive environment.