Learn some strategies to use during the IEP process that ensures both the parents/guardians and the school are equal partners in the process to ensure your child has the best educational experience. Participants will learn ways to collect qualitative data (beyond test scores) prior to the meeting that can help describe the child's needs, decide if, when and how your child can participate in the process.
Deborah Lynam from the AIM Institute for Learning & Research for an informational webinar to help you understand IEP and 504 Plan annual reviews, get organized, stay organized and begin a plan of action to advocate and partner with your child’s school. In this webinar you will learn how to create a binder of important documents and materials to maintain control over the daunting task of meetings, notes, progress reports and more.
Terrie's Tips: Monthly tips to help reading specialist and tutors support students with a reading deficit. This tip provide insight into how audiobooks fits into the schematic of structured literacy.
This diagram illustrates the steps in the Special Education process from Identification through IEP and the 3 Year Evaluation. It is a valuable document to print and keep with you in your child's notebook for each school meeting.
Webinar: We've Screened for Dyslexia...Now what?
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