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Strategies to Keep Children with Autism Safe in School Addressing Behavior of Students With Autism: A Teacher's Toolkit of Positive Intervention Strategies
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Strategies to Keep Children with Autism Safe in School Addressing Behavior of Students With Autism: A Teacher's Toolkit of Positive Intervention Strategies
This course is intended for General and Special Education Staff and IEP Team Members. This course is intended for General and Special Education Teachers.
Evaluation, Eligibility and IEP Development for Students with Autism Students With Autism and One-to-One Aides: Best Practices for Educators
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Evaluation, Eligibility and IEP Development for Students with Autism Students With Autism and One-to-One Aides: Best Practices for Educators
This course is intended for General and Special Education Staff, Administrators and IEP Team Members. This course is intended for General and Special Education Staff, Aides and IEP Team Members.
Understanding the Unique Needs of Students With Autism: Intervention Strategies for Paraprofessionals How FERPA's Parental Consent Rule Impacts Education Record Privacy
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Understanding the Unique Needs of Students With Autism: Intervention Strategies for Paraprofessionals How FERPA's Parental Consent Rule Impacts Education Record Privacy
This course is intended for Paraprofessionals for General and Special Education Settings. This course is intended for General and Special Education Staff, Administrators, School Nurses, School Attorney's, School Office Staff, District Employees and School Psychologists and any other school staff that would have access to student records.
Meeting FERPA's Parental Inspection, Amendment, and Notice Requirements For Paraprofessionals: FERPA, Student Privacy and Education Records
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Meeting FERPA's Parental Inspection, Amendment, and Notice Requirements For Paraprofessionals:  FERPA, Student Privacy and Education Records
This course is intended for General and Special Education Staff, Administrators, School Nurses, School Attorney's, School Office Staff, District Employees and School Psychologists and any other staff that would receive or respond to record inspection and amendment requests and develop annual notice policies. This course is intended for Paraprofessionals who work with students in both General and Special Education settings.
Walking the Line Between Compliant Response and Advocacy-Based Retaliation Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework to the IEP Process: From Referral to Development
Price: $32.50
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Price: $32.50
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Walking the Line Between Compliant Response and Advocacy-Based Retaliation Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework to the IEP Process: From Referral to Development
From what constitutes retaliation against those who advocate for students with disabilities to tips on creating a healthy student advocacy environment, this legal and practical guide is must-have training for school- and district-level staff. Unlike any other, this resource takes a step-by-step approach to addressing trauma as a part of IEP development -- from referral to family engagement, report writing, and IEP design and implementation.
Independent Educational Evaluations: Your Guide to Districts' IDEA Obligations and Parents' Rights Your District's Step-by-Step Guide to Navigating IEE Requests and Responses
Price: $33.50
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Independent Educational Evaluations: Your Guide to Districts' IDEA Obligations and Parents' Rights Your District's Step-by-Step Guide to Navigating IEE Requests and Responses
When it comes to complying with the IDEA, relying on old cases can spell trouble for your district. Breaking down the IEE process from the district's perspective, this practical new guide gives administrators and IEP team members a concrete idea of each step and their role in it.
Serving ELs With Disabilities: At the Intersection of Civil Rights and Special Education Laws What Do I Do When...® The Answer Book on Title I -- Fourth Edition
Price: $35.95
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Price: $63.50
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Serving ELs With Disabilities: At the Intersection of Civil Rights and Special Education Laws What Do I Do When...<sup>&#174;</sup> The Answer Book on Title I -- Fourth  Edition
English learners are already susceptible to academic struggles due to lack of equitable access to instructional material. With hundreds of plain-language Q&As, this is your ready-made blueprint for meeting Title I's complex fiscal, accountability, instructional, reporting and planning mandates.
Ready-to-Use Forms, Charts and Checklists for IDEA Compliance The Paraprofessional's Guide to Assisting Classroom Instruction -- Second Edition Video and Workbook
Price: $69.95
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Price: $139.00
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Ready-to-Use Forms, Charts and Checklists for IDEA Compliance The Paraprofessional's Guide to Assisting Classroom Instruction -- Second Edition  Video and Workbook
Stop wasting your time hunting down IDEA documents or creating them from scratch! This training tool teaches paraprofessionals how to provide instructional support for educators and support academic achievement for students.
The Special Ed Administrator's Training Toolkit: Professional Development for Paraprofessionals Applying Instructional Strategies to Develop Student Independence Navigating Manifestation Determination Reviews to Avoid Compliance Pitfalls - MP4 Disk
Price: $149.00
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Price: $250.00
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The Special Ed Administrator's Training Toolkit: Professional Development for Paraprofessionals Applying Instructional Strategies to Develop Student Independence Navigating Manifestation Determination Reviews to Avoid Compliance Pitfalls - MP4 Disk
With already-assembled sessions and ready-to-use training tools, this is the easy way for you to teach paraprofessionals a variety of instructional strategies and how to use them to develop student independence.

Presented by Terry J. Harmon, Esq.

Avoid lost educational opportunities for students -- and costly compliance missteps that lead to legal disputes -- with guidance from attorney Terry J. Harmon. In this recorded webinar, he uses critical case decisions and U.S. Education Department guidance to illustrate best practices to follow and pitfalls to avoid when conducting manifestation determination reviews.

You get sound strategies for disciplining students with disabilities under the IDEA, including a focused look at addressing issues related to dangerous students, plus learn how to:

  • Determine when it is appropriate to discipline a student with a disability
  • Follow the IDEA's procedural requirements during MDRs
  • Provide FAPE during a disciplinary removal
  • Properly count the "10 removal days" under the IDEA
  • Identify when special circumstances permit a student's removal to an IAES
  • And more
ABCs of Prior Written Notice: What Is It? When Is It Required? What Must It Include? Documenting Your Douglas Factors Analysis in the Age of Civil Service Reform
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Price: $295.00
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ABCs of Prior Written Notice: What Is It? When Is It Required? What Must It Include? Documenting Your <i>Douglas</i> Factors Analysis in the Age of Civil Service Reform
The IDEA's myriad legal mandates regarding the provision of prior written notice make compliance challenging and confusing. With uncertainly at the MSPB and a continued push by the Trump administration to expedite the federal employee disciplinary process, solid documentation of the Douglas factors analysis is more important than ever.
   
 
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