Displaying items by tag: Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Children and youth with challenging behaviors often struggle to be successful in school. This workshop by the PACER Center discusses what challenging behavior in school may look like, and offer suggestions on how to use the IEP to support school success.
Engaging Parents in Productive Partnerships is an easy-to-read presentation of suggestions on how educators and service providers can effectively collaborate with parents including specific recommendations for IEP meetings.
This booklet contains information that a parent needs to know about the Standards Based IEPs.
There's a lot to be said for personality types: Introvert/Extrovert, Type A or Type B personalities, and so forth. So how can the personalities in the room impact your child's IEP?
What is a facilitated IEP and how do I get one?
What is a Special Education Unit or Cooperative?
A highly qualified teacher is a teacher that has received state certification as a special education teacher. They must have a license to teach in the state.