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IEP Development & Coordination With Transition Plans for EBD
 
Individualized Education Program teams are faced with a seemingly expanding task with the dual purposes of meeting the group-oriented, standards-referenced requirements (and, in most states the Common Core State Standards) while striving to provide an individualized education based on student needs. In this session, Dr. Shriner will discuss IEP decision making, with an emphasis on prioritizing annual, measurable goals and postsecondary goals that are linked to transition and present levels of academic and functional performance assessments. Dr. Rose will present strategies focused on social/emotional goal development, behavior intervention plans and the articulation of transition-specific experiences that support linkages across systems. Participate in this webinar to learn how to improve the transition programming at your school and to better meet the needs of youth with EBD.
 
2/14/2013 - 2/14/2013

 

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2/14/2013 4:00 PM
Individualized Education Program teams are faced with a seemingly expanding task with the dual purposes of meeting the group-oriented, standards-referenced requirements (and, in most states the Common Core State Standards) while striving to provide an individualized education based on student needs. In this session, Dr. Shriner will discuss IEP decision making, with an emphasis on prioritizing annual, measurable goals and postsecondary goals that are linked to transition and present levels of academic and functional performance assessments. Dr. Rose will present strategies focused on social/emotional goal development, behavior intervention plans and the articulation of transition-specific experiences that support linkages across systems. Participate in this webinar to learn how to improve the transition programming at your school and to better meet the needs of youth with EBD.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM