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Developing and Implementing IEPs for Virtual and Hybrid Settings
Developing and Implementing IEPs for Virtual and Hybrid Settings
 
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Presented by Abby S. Busler, Esq.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, students with disabilities receive instruction through a variety of learning models: fully in-person, fully remote and a hybrid of both. In this recorded webinar, attorney Abby Busler gives you legal insights to develop students' individualized plans for these various models and practical advice to implement them.

You learn about the impact of COVID-19 on IEP considerations as well as federal guidance addressing IEPs in virtual and hybrid settings. You also learn about case law interpreting IEP team decisions during the pandemic — teaching you valuable lessons to inform your district's decision-making.

Gain best practices to:

  • Adhere to IDEA regulations for IEP development and implementation during the pandemic
  • Adapt to the scope of developing IEPs during virtual or hybrid instruction
  • Focus on proactive processes to address student IEPs when learning environments change
  • Implement a contingency learning plan in case school reverts to virtual learning and IEPs must be modified quickly
  • And more

(2020. MP4 Download. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.121020)
(2020. MP4 Disk. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.121020D. S/H: $5.50)


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