Banque de références sur les plans ou programmes d’intervenant

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La banque de référence évolue régulièrement

  • Adment, T. (2008). Involvement to engagement: community education practices in a suburban elementary school and an inner-city community school (Master’s thesis). University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada. 

  • Agran, M. et Hughes, C. (2008). Asking student input: Students’ opinions regarding their individualized education program involvement. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 31(2), 69-76.

  • Aleada, L. T. (2006). Are individualized education plans a good thing? A survey of teachers’ perceptions of the utility of IEPs in regular education settings. Journal of Instructional Technology, 33, 263-272.

  • Allen, S. K., Smith, A. C., Test, D. W., Flowers, C. et Wood, W. M. (2001). The effects of self-directed IEP on student participation in IEP meetings. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 24, 107–120. 

  • Arivett, D. L., Rust, J. O., Brissie, J. S. et Dansby, V. S. (2007). Special education teachers’ perceptions of school psychologists in the context of individualized education program meetings. Education, 127, 378-388.

  • Arndt, S. A., Konrad, M. et Test, D. W. (2006). Effects of the self-directed IEP on student participation in planning meetings. Remedial and Special Education, 27, 194-207. 

  • Asp-Onsjö, L., (2004). Individual education plans – impressions and expressions. Paper presented at the European Conference on Educational Research, University of Crete, 22-25 September 2004. Retrieved from: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/00003723.htm 

  • Attifeld, R. (1985). Park Dean School tires the IEP. British Journal of Special Education, 12(1), 17-18.

  • Australian Federation of Disability Organisations. (2013). AFDO Education Policy Report and Recommendations

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  • Barnard, B. et Lechtenberger, D. (2010). Student IEP participation and academic achievement across time. Remedial and Special Education, 31, 343-349. 

  • Barrie, W. et McDonald, J. (2002). Administrative support for student-led individualized education programs. Remedial and Special Education, 23, 116-121. 

  • Bateman, B. D., (2011) Individualized education programs for children with disabilities. Dans J. M. Kauffman & D. P. Hallahan, Handbook of special education (pp. 77-90). Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis/Routledge

  • Bateman, B. D. et Herr, C. M. (2006). Writing measurable IEP goals and objectives. Verona, WI: IEP Resources.

  • Bateman, B. D. et Linden, M. A. (1998). Better IEPS: How to develop legally correct and educationally useful programs (3e ed.). Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

  • Bausch, M. E., Quinn, B. S., Chung, y., Ault, M. J.et Behrmann, M. M. (2009). Assistive technology in the Individualized Education Plan: Analysis of policies across ten states. Journal of Special Education Leadership, 22(1), 9-23.

  • Beaupré, P., Ouellet, G., Roy, S. et  Bédard, A.  (2002).  Recension des écrits sur le plan d’intervention auprès des personnes handicapées ou en difficulté. Rapport de recherche sur les plans d’intervention auprès des élèves handicapés ou en difficulté. Québec : ministère de l’éducation.

  • Beaupré, P., Roy, S. et Ouellet, G. (2003). Rapport sur les groupes de discussion portant sur la recherche du plan d’intervention. Rapport de recherche sur les plans d’intervention auprès des élèves handicapés ou en difficulté. Québec : ministère de l’éducation.

  • Beaupré, P., Roy S. et Ouellet, G. (2003). Rapport sur les questionnaires à l’intention de la direction d’école sur le plan d’intervention auprès des personnes handicapées ou en difficulté. Rapport de recherche sur les plans d’intervention auprès des élèves handicapés ou en difficulté. Québec: ministère de l’éducation. 

  • Beverley H. J., Crowley E. P. et Guetzloe E. (2002). Planning the IEP for students with emotional and behavioral disorder. Focus on Exceptional Children, 34(9), 1-12. 

  • Blackwell, W. H. et Rossetti, Z. S. (2014). The development of individualized education programs: Where have we been and where should we go now? SAGE Open, 2014(April-June), 1-15.

  • Blanchard, A. (2004). Virtual behavior settings: An application of behavior setting theories to virtual communities. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 9(2). 

  • Boavida, T., Aguiar, C., McWilliam, R. A. et Pimentel, J. S. (2010). Quality of individualized education program goals of preschoolers with disabilities. Infants & Young Children, 23(3), 233-243.

  • Boavida. T., Aguiar, C., & McWilliam, R. A. (2013). A training program to improve IFSP/IEP goals and objectives through the routines-based Interview. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 33(4),200-211 DOI: 10.1177/0271121413494416 

  • Bouchard, G. (1985). Un enfant, un besoin, un service Gilles E. Bouchard., Pour une éducation de qualité à l’enfance en difficulté d’adaptation scolaire au Québec. Montréal, QC : Conseil scolaire de l’île de Montréal.

  • Bourdages, C. et Chouinard, R. (1992). L’Élève et la Signifiance de son Plan d’Intervention Personnalisé. Montréal, QC : Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal.

  • Bowers, T. (1997). Not just a piece of paper. A consideration of IEPs in the classroom, education, 3-13. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 25(3). 47-51.

  • Brady, M. P. (1998). Team environmental assessment mapping: A method for selecting curriculum goals for students with disabilities. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 33, 264-272 

  • Brock, K. A. et Shanberg, R. (1990). Avoiding unnecessary due process hearings. Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities, 6(1), 33-39

  • Broughton, V. (1997). The individualized family service plan: Does the form make a difference to the process? (Thèse de doctorat inédite). University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

  • Budoff, M., Thormann, J. et Gras, A. (1986). Microcomputers in special education. Cambridge, MA : Brookline.

  • Burns, E. (2006). IEP-2005: Writing and implementing individualized educational programs (IEPs). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

  • Butera, G., McMullen, L. et Henderson, J. (1997). IEPs, students with behavior problems and school discipline policies: A collision course.Université de Virginie. Morgantown, WV. Repéré à ERIC Service de reproduction No. ED406103)

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  • Caccamo, J. et Watkins R. (1982). Computer saves time in writing lEP’S. Missouri Schools, 20-22.

  • Catagnus R. M. et Hantula D. A. (2011). The Virtual Individual Education Plan (IEP) Team: Using Online Collaboration to Develop a Behavior Intervention Plan. International Journal of e-Collaboration, 7(1), 30-46,

  • Catone, W. et Brady, S. A. (2005). The inadequacy of individual educational program (IEP) goals for high school students with word-level reading difficulties. Annals of Dyslexia, 55, 53-78. 

  • Cheney, C. (2002, March). Using a web-based tutorial to teach the IEP process. Office of postsecondary education. Dans No child left behind: The vital role of rural schools. 22nd Annual National Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES), Reno, Nevada (p. 236-241). Repéré à https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED463124.pdf

  • Childre, A. et Chambers, C. R. (2005). Family perceptions of student-centered planning and IEP meetings. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 40(3), 217-233.

  • Christle, A. et Yell, M., (2010). Individualized education programs: Legal requirements and research findings. Exceptionality, 18, 109-123.

  • Clark, S. G. (2000). The IEP process as a tool for collaboration. Teaching Exceptional Children, 33(2), 56-66.

  • Cohen, M. et Heumann, J. E. (2001). Clarification of the role of the IEP team in selecting individual accommodations, modifications in administration, and alternate assessments for state and district-wide assessments of student achievement. États-Unis : Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Service Education. ED 450539.

  • Commission des droits de la personne et les droits de la jeunesse. (2015). La signature par les parents du plan d’intervention en milieu scolaire. Repéré à http://www.cdpdj.qc.ca/Publications/Signature_ parents_plan_intervention.pdf

  • Conseil supérieur de l’Éducation. (1996). L’intégration scolaire des élèves handicapé et en difficulté. Québec, QC: Gouvernement du Québec.

  • Cooper, P. (1996). Are Individual Education Plans a waste of paper? British Journal of Special Education, 23(3), 115-119.

  • Conroy, T., Yell, M. L. et Katsiyannis, A. (2008). The supreme court on the burden of persuasion when challenging IEPs. Remedial and Special Education, 29, 108-117.

  • Cummins, R. A., Baxter, C., Hudson, A. et Jauernig, R. (1996). A model system for the evaluation of individual program plans. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 21(1), 59-70. 

  • Cusumano, D. L. (2007). Is it working?: An overview of curriculum based measurement and its uses for assessing instructional, intervention, or program effectiveness. The Behavior Analyst Today, 8(1), 24-34. Repéré à http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/h0100099

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  • Dabkowski, D. M. (2004). Encouraging active parent participation in IEP team meetings. Teaching Exceptional Children, 36(3), 34-39.

  • Danneker, J. E. et  Bottge, B. A. (2009). Benefits of and barriers to elementary student-led individualized education programs. Remedial and Special Education, 30, 225-233. 

  • Deno, S. L. (1985). Curriculum-based measurement: The emerging alternative. Exceptional Children, 52, 219-232.

  • Deno, S. L. (2003). Developments in curriculum-based measurement. The Journal of Special Education, 37, 184-192.

  • Deno, S. L. et Mirkin, P. (1980). Data-based IEP development: An approach to substantive compliance. Teaching Exceptional Children, 12, 92-97.

  • Deno, S. L., Fuchs, L. S, Marston, D. et Shin, J. (2001). Using curriculum-based measurement to establish growth standards for students with learning disabilities. School Psychology Review, 30, 507-526.

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  • Deslandes, R. (2019a). An integrative framework for school-family collaboration in the context of an updated look at some relevant factors and processes. Aula Abierta Journal, 48(1), 11-18.

  • Deslandes, R. (2019b). Relations école-famille. Tome 1. Collaborations école-famille-communauté : Recension des écrits. Périscope. 

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  • Downing, J. (1988). Active versus passive programming: A critique of IEP objectives for students with the most severe disabilities. Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 13, 197-210.

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  • Dunne, T. et O’Regan, C. (1991). Evaluating individual program plans. Journal of Practical Approaches to Developmental Handicaps, 14,15–19.

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  • Eason, I. A. et Whitbred, K. (2006). IEP and inclusion tips for parents and teachers. Verona, WI: Attainment.

  • Education Council. (2016). School Education in Sultanate of Oman. Retrieved from: https://www.educouncil.gov.om/en/page.php?scrollto=start&id=15 

  • Edyburn, D. L. (2002). Assistive technology and the IEP. Special Education Technology Practice, 4(3), 15-22. 

  • Eichler, J. B. (1999). The Individualized Program Requirement: Conceptualization versus Reality. (Thèse de doctorat inédite). University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.

  • Enell, N. C. (1983). How to Streamline Your IEP: A special education handbook on computer-assisted individualized education programs. États-Unis: San Juan Unified School District. 

  • Enell, N. C. (1984). A cost comparison of preparing special education Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) with and without computer assistance. Carmichael, CA: San Juan Unified School District.

  • Enell, N. C. et Barrick S. W. (1983). An Examination of the Relative Efficiency and Usefulness of Computer-Assisted Individualized Education Programs. États-Unis : San Juan Unified School District.

  • Epstein, H.M, Patton J.R., Polloway E.A. et Foley R. (1992). Educational services for students with behavior disorders: A review of individualized education programs. Teacher Education and Special Education, 15(1), 41-48.

  • Epstein, J. L. (2001). School, family, and community partnerships: Preparing educators and improving schools. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

  • Epstein, J. L. & Associates (2019). School, family, and community partnerships. Your handbook for action (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

  • Espin, C. A., Deno, S. L. et Albayrak-Kaymak, D. (1998). Individualized education programs in resource and inclusive settings: How “individualized” are they? The Journal of Special Education, 32, 164-174. 

  • Etscheidt, S. (2003). An analysis of legal hearings and cases related to individualized education programs for children with autism. Research and Practice for Persons With Severe Disabilities, 28, 51-69.

  • Etscheidt, S. K. (2006). Progress monitoring: Legal issues and recommendations for IEP teams. Teaching Exceptional Children, 38, 56–61

  • European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education. (2003). Special Needs Education in Europe. C. Meijer, V. Soriano. & A. Watkins (Eds.). Retrieved from: https://www.european-agency.org 

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  • Ferreira, D., D’Aniello S. et Kaffar J. B. (2007). Using technology to increase IEP efficiency for educators. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2007, 1971-1973. 

  • Fiscus, E. D. et Mandel, C. J. (1983). Developing lndividualized Education Programs. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co. 

  • Fish, W. W. (2008). The IEP meeting: Perceptions of parents of students who receive special education services. Preventing School Failure, 53, 8-14. 

  • Fitzpatrick, M., Toledo Figueroa, D., Golden, G., Crosby, S. & Santiago, P. (2018). Education Policy Outlook: Mexico. L. Zachary (Ed.). Retrieved from: https://gpseducation.oecd.org

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  • Gaffney, J. et  Ruppar, A. (2011). Individualized education program team decisions: A preliminary study of conversations, negotiations, and power. Research and Practice for Persons With Severe Disabilities, 36, 11-22. 

  • Gair, S. B. (1980). Writing the arts into Individualized Educational Programs. Art Education, 33(8), 8-11

  • Gallagher, J. et Desimone L. (1995). Lessons Learned from Implementation of the IEP: Applicationsto the IFSP. TECSE 15(3), 353-378.

  • Gallagher, J. J. (1998). Planning for young children with disabilities and their families; the evidence from IFSP / IEPs. ED417504. The University of North Carolina Rhode Island College, États-Unis: Center for Family Studies. UQAM.

  • Gauthier, Y. (2004). Plan d’enseignement individualisé dans les écoles de l’Ontario: Analyse de cas des enfants surdoués et d’enfants en troubles d’apprentissage. Brock Éducation, 13(2), 6-19.

  • Gauthier, Y. (2006). Enfance en difficulté: Représentations des enseignants franco-ontariens à l’égard des plans d’enseignement individualisés. Brock Éducation, 16(1), 78-92. 

  • Gavins, M. V. (2007). IEP development as a function of pedagogical experience in special education teachers. (Mémoire de maîtrise inédit). Université de Maryland, College Park, MD. 

  • Gelzheiser, L. M., McLane, M., Meyers, J. et Pruzek, R. M. (1998). IEP-specific peer interaction needs: Accurate but ignored. Exceptional Children, 65, 51-65. 

  • Geva, O., Peterka, J., Pont, B., Field, S., Toledo Figueroa, D., Golden, G., Jankova, B., Horvathova, M., Linden, R., Fraccola, S. & Yelland, R. (2016). Education Policy Outlook: Israel. S. Limoges & S. Copeland (Eds.). Retrieved from: https://gpseducation.oecd.org 

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  • Giangreco, M. F., Dennis R. E., Edelman S. W. et Loninger C. J. (1994). Dressing your IEPs for the general education climate analysis of IEP goals and objectives for students with multiple disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 15(5), 288-296

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  • Glazer, E. M., & Hannafin, M. J. (2006). The collab­orative apprenticeship model: Situated professional development within school settings. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 22(2), 179–193. doi:10.1016/j. tate.2005.09.004 

  • Goddard, A. (1997). The role of individual education plans / programmes in special education: A critique. Support for Learning, 12(4),170-174.

  • Goldstein, S. et Turnbull A. P. (1982). Strategies to increase parent participation in IEP Conferences. Exceptional Children, 48(4), 360-361.

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  • Goodman, J. et Bond, L. (1993). The individualized education program: A retrospective critique. Journal of Special Education, 26, 408-422.

  • Goodman, J., Bains, L. et Moussalli, M. (2011). IEP workboxes: An intervention for increasing the cognitive development of preschool students with disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic, 46(4), 251-256.

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  • Hamilton, D. A. (1995). The utility of the assessment evaluation programming system in the development of quality IEP goals and objectives for young children, birth to three, with visual impairments. (Mémoire de maîtrise inédit). University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

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  • Jenkins, M. (1987). Effect of a Computerized individual education program (IEP) writer on time savings and quality. Journal of Special Education Technology, 8(3), 55-66.

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  • Johns, B. H., Crowley P. E. et Guetzloe, E. (2002). Planning the IEP for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Focus on Exceptional Children, 34 (9), 1-12.

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