Special Education Teachers & Parents, This is EXCITING! Lean in and listen all about what N2Y is creating to help you navigate the IEP process with ease!
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?
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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Struggling to figure out if your child or students are in the right classroom?
Take 3 minutes and find out how to use this key word phrase "Full Continuum of Placements" to take the next steps!
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Special Needs Parents & Special Education Teams... I know you have heavy decisions to make in special education. Follow your gut. Listen to your heart. You got this!
00:01 Hey Special Needs Parents and Special Education Teachers,
We're going to jump into a hot topic when it comes to making decisions in the IEP. There's this big place on the back of the document that states what a child's placement is going to be.
There should be three options listed or more that have been considered for our child and one of those options has been chosen. Now choosing the right classroom or finding the right placement for a child who has an IEP can be super tough.
I know this from being a special...
There's so much to track in an IEP!
So let's break it down and just tackle one step today.
It's time to know your child's reading level.
Watch the video, take notes and ask questions HERE in our private FB group.
I can't wait to help you feel confident that your child is leaping book to book making progress!
Have questions about your child's IEP, beyond just reading? ASK HERE
When people meet my daughters, they know instantly that they are so very different from each other. You can see it on their faces, as they're about to launch into the air at Mall of America at Nickelodeon Universe.
One is looking down and talking herself through the next steps. The other is looking up with pure anticipation of the rush.
One is analytical. One loves the gray areas.
One sees adventure in the unknown. One needs all the details.
One loves the flow of a lazy day. One craves structure.
Their differences are a big reason why we travel. Why we go out of our comfort zone. Why we make them both push their limits with new experiences.
There are so many times that I wasn't sure we could conquer the next adventure as a special needs family, but somehow we always found a way. We practiced. We gathered the tools. We did the work to create the fun!
My "job" is to help you, the special needs parent, the teacher, the therapist, write an awesome IEP to help a...