The individualized education plan (IEP) for students eligible for special education and related services is the foundation for all services. In this program, you'll analyze the increasingly important role principals play in IEP development, meetings, and implementation. Much more than a paperwork exercise in compliance, the IEP is the foundation for each eligible student's education for the whole year, and principals and assistant principals play key roles in the IEP process. This webinar addresses the important components of IEP development, reviewing what needs to happen before an IEP meeting, during the meeting, and critical (but often overlooked) elements of follow-up. The presentation is based on A Principal's Guide to Special Education, third edition.
After viewing this webinar, you will be able to:
- Discuss why what you do before an IEP meeting is as important as the meeting itself.
- Keep your IEP meetings positive, productive, and student-focused.
- List words and phrases to avoid in an IEP meeting.
- Analyze authority-who has it, and when it should be used.
- Describe critical elements of follow-up after the meeting.
Presented by David F. Bateman, Shippensburg University. Original air date March 11, 2015. 59 minutes. #WEB1504A.
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