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If you've never heard of Errorless Learning before, lean in and listen... it's perfect ALL the time, but especially awesome during this time of distance learning during the crisis.
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Participating in a Virtual IEP meeting takes more than just logging in and hoping everything goes OK.
Watch this video to find out:
Nobody wants a rush of IEP meetings when we all get back to school. This is why we MUST make virtual IEP meetings SUCCESSFUL!
Parents and Teachers... look at these minutes recommended by the Illinois State Board of Ed.
Give yourself grace. Kids aren’t supposed to work for 6 hours at home. Your goal is NOT to replicate school at home.
Your goal is to care for a child as a whole person first and then facilitate additional learning.
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Schools are shut down and IEP teams are in a panic of how to help students with IEPs.
After weeks of trying to use every resource at their fingertips, it's becoming clear that there is a HUGE resource that is being underutilized. Paraprofessionals!
Every person on the IEP team from teachers to parents to therapists can confirm that aides in the classroom are the glue that hold everything together.
Paraprofessionals take care of everything from bathroom breaks to massive meltdowns. They know how to get through the toughest days and we need them more than ever, right now.
Most of all, students need their support system and often their number one support person is their aide.
There are dozens of ways that we can help our support team stay connected with students... here are two to get started:
1. Connect the paraprofessional to what the parent needs at home. They are already masters at making visual schedules, positive reinforcement schedules and getting creative on the...
What was appropriate before may never be appropriate again in your child/student's IEP. Listen in and then join me to become a Master IEP Coach® at www.masterIEPcoach.com
What was appropriate in an IEP yesterday is not appropriate today.
What was appropriate in a child's IEP yesterday may NEVER be appropriate again.
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Parents, Teachers, & Districts are all struggling to figure out what to do next for special education services & IEPs, in these uncertain times.
Join Catherine Whitcher, M.Ed for this online talk to ask your questions, get answers and see the HOPE + POSSIBILITIES of the GOOD that can happen next for your children/students.
Hot Topics Will Include - What about missed services? What about IEP meetings? What about evaluating progress?
Catherine will be LIVE at 11am on Friday, March 27th, helping you figure out what you can do now and what needs to happen next for every child to receive an appropriate education. JOIN the FREE FB EVENT HERE.
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Schools are closing left and right due to COVID 19 and the stress level of special needs parents is higher than ever.
Allison Sweatman shares 3 easy strategies you can do today to feel more in control and less chaotic as we tackle this uncertain time.