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(2015) 36th National Institute Pre-Conference Symposium 3 - IEP Boot Camp: 10 Critical Strategies for Building and Executing Better IEPs A Proactive Approach: How to Prepare for Challenging IEP Meetings
Price: $145.00
Price: $250.00
Creating and implementing high-quality IEPs can be a daunting process with a lot of moving parts, from collecting relevant data to managing meetings to aligning IEPs with state standards. Too often, IEP teams are blindsided by requests they are unprepared to address, or meetings get sidetracked by contentious interactions among participants.
Aligning Special Education IEPs and Services to Rigorous Core Standards Assistive Technology Within the IEP Process: Developing Legally Compliant Best Practices
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
Gain the knowledge and instructional tools essential to helping students with disabilities not only access, but master, the rigorous demands of state core standards. The IDEA has always required schools to provide assistive technology to students with disabilities if the IEP team determines the child needs it to realize educational benefit.
Avoiding Cookie Cutter IEPs: Develop Individualized, Clear IEPs ... Prevent Costly Errors, Confusion Communicating With Parent Advocates: How to Avoid IEP Meeting Missteps and Foster Collaborative Relationships
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
Electronic IEPs can be timesaving and efficient. IEP meetings can take on an adversarial tone as the result of just one poor interaction between school staff and parent advocates.
Cool Tools in Schools:Responding to Requests for the Latest Technology in Special Education Dollars and Sense: Case Law Lessons in Avoiding Costly Mistakes
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
High-tech assistive technology devices may be required for students with disabilities to access the academic and social curricula. Special education case law not only sets precedent for lawyers, it can be invaluably instructive to school administrators and staff.
From Contentious to Fruitful: Preparing for and Conducting the Difficult IEP Meeting Fundamental IDEA Procedures Schools Cannot Neglect
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
How campus and special education staff handle a contentious IEP team meeting can mean the difference between smoothing over a difficult situation or escalating to due process proceedings. Seemingly minor IDEA procedural missteps can provide the springboard for costly parent-led litigation in special education.
Get On Board! Identifying and Meeting Transportation Needs of Students With Disabilities Getting the IEP Right: Tips to Avoid Substantive and Procedural Errors
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
A child's IEP team is responsible for determining whether transportation is necessary in order for the child to receive FAPE. The IEP is the key document defining a student’s right to special education services, and it’s often the key piece of evidence in a due process hearing.
IEP Planning Versus Predetermination: Staff Training Tips To Avoid Legal Disputes Improve Your IEP Meeting Playbook: Effective Questioning and Advocacy Strategies
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
Claims that districts have denied parents meaningful participation in the IEP process are on the rise. All too often in IEP meetings, school personnel are faced with requests that they were not anticipating or may not fully understand.
Joint Custody Under the IDEA: One IEP, One School and Two Parents Who Don’t Agree Navigating Transfers of Students With Disabilities: Your Roadmap to Compliance
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
When divorced or separated parents disagree on how their special needs child should be educated, school district personnel are often placed in the middle of the dispute. When students transfer in from another district or state, they often come with partial or out-of-date eligibility, evaluation and IEP information.
One-to-One Aides for Students With Disabilities: Addressing Key Compliance Issues One-to-One Aides: Sound Decision Making for IEP Teams
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
Determining whether or not a student requires a one-to-one aide as part of their IEP plan can be a challenging process for special educators. When is a one-to-one aide a legally required support for students with disabilities?
Positive, Productive IEP Meetings: Tips to Navigate Predictable and Unexpected Roadblocks Postsecondary Planning: Using indicator 13 to Develop Compliant, Results-Driven Transition Plans
Price: $250.00
Price: $250.00
To consistently convene positive and productive IEP meetings, school staffs need to be cognizant of the speed bumps, roadblocks, and landmines that may impede or implode parent-to-school discussions. IDEA Part B Indicator 13 requires schools to ensure IEPs include a compliant transition plan with appropriate measurable postsecondary goals.
   
 
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