Level Up Your IEPs
Do you want to feel confident when writing your IEPs? Do you want to feel there is enough time at the IEP meeting? Do you want to know what your students' parents want for their child? Do you want to know who is responsible for implementing all aspects, including accommodations and modifications, of the IEP? Do you want to know the difference between ESY and summer school?
If your answer to any of these questions is "YES," then you want to scroll down! I had a due process hearing officer for my Special Education Law and IEP writing class. He taught us how to "due process proof" our IEPs as much as possible. I've also trained with Pete and Pam Wright of Wrightslaw and taken a mentorship program to be able to call myself a Master IEP Coach®. I have over 25 years as a special educator and I'm sharing all my knowledge with you!
SCROLL DOWN TO LEVEL UP YOUR IEP
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and while I point to the Federal Law IDEA 2004, I am not offering or giving legal advice. I am just pointing to where I draw my information. None of these video tutorials are guaranteed to get any particular results.
Placement for all students who need specially designed instruction should not automatically be the same. Have you discussed at least 3 options with the team, including the parent? Can a parent pick their favorite option? All of this and more is answered in this training.
What should a progress report look like? Where should the information for the progress report come from? How often should the parent receive progress reports on their child's goals? Learn the answers to all these questions and get a PDF of sample excellent progress reports.
In this training you will learn about the procedures to get an initial evaluation, what happens when the school or parent denies the evaluation request, the timelines involved, and more! You will also get a PDF of the highlights of the video training.
What should be included in your students present levels of academic achievement and functional performance, suggested ways of how to fill out this section and how this section is directly tied to Goals. Bonus PDF checklist included!
In this training you will learn who can and has to be invited to an IEP meeting, whether the parents have a say in time and place, when and how someone can be excused or not allowed, and more!
Do you want to know exactly what the parents of your student envision for their child? Do you want to collaborate with your students parents to write an IEP that meets everyone's needs? This is the training for you!
You will learn how to have appropriate goals for your students based on data, how to involve the entire team in writing the goals, how the goals are directly tied to the PLAAFP, how many goals is too many, and much more! A PDF Goals checklist is also included.
Want to get the whole team on board with not only writing excellent and appropriate accommodations and modifications but with implementing them? This is the training for you! A PDF checklist of steps to ensure excellent accommodations and modifications is included!
What, if any, are the related services needed for your student? What are all the different types of related services and their roles? Can a parent receive related services? All these questions and more are answered in this training. Also included is a PDF of all the related services.