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Strategies for Successful IEPs

Tips, tricks, and strategies for more productive Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings.

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Discover tips, tricks, and strategies for having more productive Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings. Learn strategies that other teachers use when working with IEPs and meeting with parents. Ideas covered are great for general education teachers, aides, support professionals, and special education teachers alike.


Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Special Education


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Reviews (11)

Full Member
This session was informative and helpful, even for the experienced ESE teacher. The many resources will be helpful.
Anything that we can add to our IEP meetings are always a plus and these helped.
It was informative review of important issues for IEP meetings.
Full Member
"Attitudes translate into actions" is key to helping form positive thoughts into positive actions for both teachers and students.
As a special education teacher, I felt this just skirted along about issues and didn't give any great advice for teachers to implement IEPS.
Full Member
I think the first three strategies are crucial and often ones that I forget: having an agenda, introductions and using language that is easy for parents to understand.
Basic Member
Very informative !
Basic Member
Very important information for both general and special ed teachers-great resources and strategies for handling IEPs/meetings
Basic Member
Very informative
Basic Member
I believe IEP meetings are intimidating places for parents. We should make them as inviting as possible. We are all working to improve the life of a child.
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