PODCAST: Deadlines Missed! IEP Team Communication Strategy

Special Education Teachers did not go to school to fail at meeting a child's needs. They are always trying, but there are a lot of moving pieces on an IEP team. When deadlines are missed or responsibilities not upheld, parents and teachers can both use these communication strategies to help IEP...

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[Audio] Podcast: IEP Remote Learning vs Homebound vs Homeschooling

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Homeschooling vs Homebound vs Remote Learning. Three very different terms and decisions.

 

2:04

If you choose homeschooling, anything your district provides for you is a bonus

 

2:52

Homebound is a placement...

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[Video] Podcast: IEP Remote Learning vs Homebound vs Homeschooling

Become a Special Education Insider at www.specialedinnercircle.com

1:39

Homeschooling vs Homebound vs Remote Learning. Three very different terms and decisions.

 

2:04

If you choose homeschooling, anything your district provides for you is a bonus

 

2:52

Homebound is a placement listed...

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Special Education 2020 on WTMJ Radio

On a recent interview on WTMJ, I was asked a question we are all wondering... "Will this pandemic have a long term detrimental impact on children in Special Education".

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Free Online: Critical IEP Decisions for Remote Learning

IEP teams are struggling through remote learning decisions, but you absolutely can avoid IEP devastation.

There are 5 Mistakes you must avoid as a Special Needs Parent or Special Education Teacher when making IEP Remote Learning Decisions.

Together, I'll walk you through these 5 mistakes...

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IEPs & Chicken Nuggets

I don't know about you, but I'm tired of figuring out what's for dinner every night. That's why there's always a bag of chicken nuggets in the freezer. So I don't have to think. Just grab, cook, and move on with my day.

That's exactly how getting IEP answers and help should be for parents and...

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[Webinar] Missed IEP Services + IEP Decisions

We've all been making tough decisions about what to do next for our child or our students who depend on an IEP for success both inside and outside of school.

In 60 minutes, I'll take you through 3 Things You Can Do in the Next 30 Days to make IEP decisions easier and.... listen in as parents and...

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Why Special Needs Parents REALLY DISLIKE Distance Learning

 

Why parents are not just worried about 3 months of remote learning. It's about the next 30 years.
 
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Podcast LIVE: 3 IEP Steps to Help with the Messy Back to School Season

Podcast LIVE: 3 IEP Steps to Help with the Messy Back to School Season

There are dozens of things we need to do when it comes to IEPs and back to school, but starting with these 3 will help parents and teachers ease the chaos.

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Podcast LIVE: 3 IEP Steps to Help with the Messy Back to School Season

 

Podcast LIVE: 3 IEP Steps to Help with the Messy Back to School Season

There are dozens of things we need to do when it comes to IEPs and back to school, but starting with these 3 will help parents and teachers ease the chaos.

Ready to solve special education struggles? Start at: ...

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IEPs + Adoption + Master IEP Coach®, Markeisha
 

What it REALLY takes to become a Master IEP Coach...

Yesterday, I did my usual thing. I had my coffee, checked my emails, and prepped for a full day of working with Master IEP Coaches...

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IEP Meetings are NOT Dumping Grounds for Complaints

Your IEP meeting has an extraordinary amount of collective knowledge at the table. Let's not waste time by dumping all of our complaints into the middle to start sorting.

Instead, take these 3 steps and experience an extremely productive IEP meeting that yields results for your child/student.

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