IEP goals are NOT for keeping up with the other kids or meeting random curriculum standards.
Special Needs Parents and Special Education Teachers can take these 3 quick IEP steps to change IEP goals (for the better!) forever.
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 and what every child REALLY needs to benefit from remote learning. Avoiding long term negative IEP consequences from remote learning is possible!
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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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One of the most unknown sections of the IEP is a box that is titled something like "Training for Personnel". Did you know this can include parents?
Did you know this can include safety and behavior training?
Listen to the latest episode of the Special Education Inner Circle Podcast to get ideas on how you can use this section of the IEP as both a school staff member and a parent!
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Trust me. These 3 steps can make a HUGE impact for special needs parents and special education teachers looking to avoid chaos when we return to school in the Fall.
Finish all 3 step in under 30 minutes and sleep better at night knowing that you've made progress towards creating the best school year possible.
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Worried about meeting education standards in the IEP?
Concerned about IEP compliance?
Searching for curriculum that works both online & in person?
Tired of endless emails sent back and forth during the IEP process?
Should we really be following our state recommended "distance learning" minutes? Probably not.
Our reality in our special needs community is that we don't take breaks from learning in the same way as others.
Our "recommended minutes" for learning will never be less because we are always striving to reach that next milestone that our peers have probably already mastered.
Less minutes with a worksheet or working on official academic benchmarks can actually mean MORE time for reaching new milestones and generalizing our skills.
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There are always debates happening in special education and with the current pandemic, the arguments are getting louder and louder.
I'm going to skip over the obvious frustration of what's going to happen when we get back into school. Compensatory education? ESY? We will have plenty of time to tackle those issues when the time comes.
Right now we have to really think about what is happening today, in your house, in your virtual classroom.
I've posted several times the recommended minutes of "school at home" from the IL State Board of Ed on my blog and social media sites. It's important for people to see that successful school is not sitting at a kitchen table for 6 hours, crying your way through worksheets.
Today somebody called me out and stated that I am sharing dangerous information. She thinks it's irresponsible that I let people know it's okay if we, as a special education TEAM, decide to do less than the recommended minutes. She thinks I'm promoting LESS learning for...