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Co-Teaching and the IDEA: Meeting Students’ Needs and Communicating With Parents

Price: $250.00


Presented by Christina Sepiol, J.D., Ed.D.

Co-teaching issues have made their way into our special education legal system. With the method's increasing popularity among parents as a preferred instructional method, school staff need a solid understanding of how to provide specialized instruction that complies with the IDEA.

Dr. Christina Sepiol explains the when and why of co-teaching, as well as the IDEA's mandate to educate students with disabilities in the LRE within the context of the co-taught classroom, including when a more restrictive option may be appropriate. What's more, Dr. Sepiol reviews court and hearing officer rulings to show you how and why disputes arise, so you can avoid conflicts with parents.

In this 90-minute recorded audio seminar, you and your staff learn how to:

  • Conduct productive IEP meetings and frame discussions surrounding placement and LRE issues
  • Clearly communicate to parents staff roles and responsibilities so everyone is on the same page
  • Serve students with disabilities in co-taught classrooms in compliance with IDEA requirements
  • Describe your co-teaching model to parents in a way that shows how their child will benefit
  • Accommodate students' unique learning styles in a co-taught classroom
  • And more!

(2015. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.011515. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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