Video Podcast: Worst Special Education Advice Ever

Special Education Parents and Teachers, I know you've heard some things during the IEP process that just don't sit right in your gut. Have you heard any of these 5 struggles in Special Education?

Learn how the Master IEP Coaches® navigated these tough conversations and decisions!

 

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Special Education MYTH

Special Education MYTH: It’s so hard to change the IEP, trust the IEP team, get the data, and feel confident that you’re making the best decisions both short and long term for a child.

 

Special Needs Parents feel this way.

Special Education Teachers feel this way.

And…...

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How to Build Trust + Integrity with Your IEP Team in 2021

“Your entire process in developing IEPs with excellence needs to begin with the teamwork that allows for no surprises at the IEP table. When the IEP process is done effectively, everyone comes to the table with equal information on successes and areas that need improvement.”

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Podcast: 3 Messy IEP Mistakes

 

You don't need an IEP meeting to get started on fixing these messy IEP mistakes! You do need to know the right places in the IEP to look and the right questions to ask.

 

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Video Podcast: 3 Messy IEP Mistakes

You don't need an IEP meeting to get started on fixing these messy IEP mistakes! You do need to know the right places in the IEP to look and the right questions to ask.

 

Ready to become a Master IEP Coach®? www.masterIEPcoach.com

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The Importance of Executive Functioning with Master IEP Coach® Sri

Lean in and listen as Catherine and Master IEP Coach® Sri talk about the importance of executive functioning and all students being able to access their education!

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Thinking about becoming a Master IEP Coach®? Learn more at www.masterIEPcoach.com

 

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3 of My Favorite Questions to Ask at the IEP Table

 

Teachers and Parents, Ask the tough questions at the IEP table!

See that second question, that's a HUGE one for every parent to ask.

Teachers often do NOT have the tools, curriculum, or training to do what is being promised at the IEP table.

They are searching left over supply closets for...

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Podcast: Jackelyn Teaches Two Words You MUST Know When Talking about Behaviors and Special Ed

 

The jargon of Special Education can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to tracking behaviors and making the best decisions possible for a child.  Jackelyn shares two KEY words every parent, teacher, and IEP team members NEED to know before you get to the IEP table!

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Video Podcast: Jackelyn Teaches Two Words You MUST Know When Talking about Behaviors and Special Ed

The jargon of Special Education can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to tracking behaviors and making the best decisions possible for a child.  Jackelyn shares two KEY words every parent, teacher, and IEP team members NEED to know before you get to the IEP table!

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The Hardest Lesson You'll Ever Learn in Special Education

 

A goal can always be written "smarter".

A therapy session can always go smoother.

The math lesson can always be better.

The reading lesson can always be more engaging.

The data collection can always be more accurate.

Parents and Teachers, There's a time to expect more and there's a time...

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In Special Ed Someone Will Always be Disappointed in Your Choices

Raise your hand if you're a people pleaser and you feel like you're constantly trying to keep everyone happy while you do what's right.

Spoiler alert - It's not possible.

Someone is always going to be disappointed in your choices.

You have to go to bed at night knowing you did what's right...

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Why would a teacher become a Master IEP Coach®?

 

 

Why would a teacher become a Master IEP Coach®?

Because she is also a parent.
Because she sees the struggle as a teacher.
Because she wants to help others.

"I’m currently sitting at the IEP table as a special education teacher and a case manager. I’ve also come to the...

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