This resource from the TIES Center highlights a process to help schools consider how IEP goals can be addressed in both school and home environments. The 5C Process is a five-step process focused on building continuity across lifelong learning priorities, the annual IEP goals, the inclusive environments (at school or at home), and instructional support for students with significant cognitive disabilities. The process outlines a plan for transitioning instruction between school and home during periods of distance learning. While the 5C Process was developed specifically for students with significant cognitive disabilities, it provides a process that could be helpful in planning instruction for all students with disabilities. This resource overviews the 5C process and then provides additional detail and examples for each of the 5Cs (Components, Collaboration, Continuity, Collect Data, Capacity). A Learning Matrix Tool is also available.