Displaying items by tag: Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Esta publicación breve viene de una Guía para Padres más amplia cuya enfoque es la comunicación por correspondencia—las ocasiones en las cuales un padre querría comunicarse por escrito con la escuela de su niño sobre algun problema o preocupación que tiene acerca de la educación o bienestar del niño.

Published in Online Article

This short publication from CPIR comes from a much longer Parent’s Guide that focuses on communicating with your child’s school via letter writing. There are times when you, as a parent, may want to communicate in writing with your child’s school about some problem or concern with your child’s education or well-being.

Published in Online Article

Are you are a parent or an educator new to the special education process implemented in ND schools? This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the basic steps in the special education process from referral to IEP review.

Published in Webinar

Your child has been evaluated and found eligible for special education. Now you will be attending your first Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting.  This short presentation from the PACER Center will help you prepare and build your confidence. It’s a step-by-process – you will learn more and more as you move through special education with your child.

Published in Webinar
Friday, 02 February 2018 15:04

Pathfinder Journeys - February 2018

Welcome to the latest edition of Pathfinder Journeys!

In this issue:

  • Secondary Transition resources in North Dakota
  • How to Organize Your Child's IEP Binder
  • Information on assistive technology and building reading skills
  • Schedule of trainings, webinars, and other services
Published in Newsletter

Are you are a parent or an educator new to the special education process implemented in ND schools? Please join us for the webinar, "The Top 10 Basics of the Special Education Process".

This training will provide participants with a summary of the history of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and an overview of the basic steps in the special education process from referral to IEP review. Information used in the development of this webinar originates from the ND Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education, guidance document "Parent Guide to Special Education" and information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources/CPIR.

Materials required for this webinar:

Published in Webinar/Topical Call

Are you are a parent or an educator new to the special education process implemented in ND schools? Please join us for the webinar, "The Top 10 Basics of the Special Education Process".

This training will provide participants with a summary of the history of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and an overview of the basic steps in the special education process from referral to IEP review. Information used in the development of this webinar originates from the ND Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education, guidance document "Parent Guide to Special Education" and information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources/CPIR.

Materials required for this webinar:

Published in Webinar/Topical Call

This training will provide participants with a summary of the history of the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and an overview of the basic steps in the special education process from referral to IEP review.

Published in In-Person Workshop

This training will provide participants with a summary of the history of the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and an overview of the basic steps in the special education process from referral to IEP review.

Published in In-Person Workshop
Monday, 13 March 2017 15:45

Unpacking My Child's IEP

This webinar is designed to help you become more comfortable in understanding what should be in an IEP and what actually is in your child's IEP. The goal is to help you to feel relaxed and self-confident so you can partner effectively in meeting your child's needs.

Published in Webinar
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