Becoming a Lifelong Reader with Dr. Cleary (Episode 97)

Dr. Cleary has experienced being an Assistant Superintendent, Principal, and parent to a daughter with a disability. Throughout all of her different perspectives at the IEP table, the lack of reaching reading goals and access to technology to support reading has been a common theme. Hear how she...

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Get Uncomfortable!

Have you have gotten uncomfortable at the IEP table? Me too!

So many times it’s not because something WRONG is happening.

It’s because we are having tough conversations to make things RIGHT!

It’s ok to be uncomfortable at the IEP a table.

You (and your IEP team) should always...

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Prepping for Inclusion is Prepping for Real Life (Episode 96)

A little prep work goes a long way when including a child who learned differently in many different environments. Not only will the child be more successful in their school community, but they will also find more success in the REAL WORLD!

Love this episode? It's your time to become a Master IEP...

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Special Education Inner Circle Podcast Update: SEPTEMBER

Special Education Parents and Teachers, Are you listening to the Special Education Inner Circle Podcast? We have awesome guest experts showing up for YOU in the upcoming months! Now, is the perfect time to catch up on the hot topics you need most.

More IEP help at www.specialedinnercircle.com

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Teletherapy, IEP Funding, What's Next?

Teletherapy was a new concept for many of us during the past two years, but what if instead of being limited to an only virtual option or an only in-person option, we actually built teletherapy options into IEPs long-term? It's possible and it might be the right solution for many students and...

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Now and Forever

Using Special Education services and IEPs to help students become just like the “other students” is a HUGE mistake that happens way too often in our Special Needs community.

This strategy simply doesn’t work because…

  1. We are all unique and trying to do something the...
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Staff Shortages in Special Education (Episode 94)

Staff shortages are a reality for 2 out of every 3 districts this school year. Use these 3 steps to help build the bridge for students who do not have a complete IEP team.

With all the struggles of staffing, it's critical to get surrounded by like-minded IEP team members. Get the next free IEP...

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Parents do NOT dislike you...

 

It’s not about you. It’s about the system.

Special Education Teachers and Parents... you have more in common than you realize.

You both dislike how...

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Keeping Speech Therapy Fun with Hallie

Keeping students engaged in speech therapy as they reach middle school and beyond can be tough, but it also can be FUN! Get ready to take notes as Hallie drops strategies you need as a teacher and parent to keep kids engaged!

Connect with Hallie:
Web: https://speechtimefun.com  
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School Evals with Charm Mosley

School evaluations can be complicated, confusing, and seem to take forever to complete! Learn from Charm how we can prioritize and simplify the process to get better data on each and every student.

Connect with Charm:
Phone: 219-315-9700
Web: www.superpsychedllc.com 

Learn in the Special...

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I Understand It's Hard, But It's Not Optional!

I understand that following an IEP is difficult, but it's not optional.

If you're a struggling teacher, who can't implement the IEP in your current situation, you need to ask for help.

The IEP is a binding document that provides an appropriate education for a child per the law, it's not a...

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Dads at the IEP Table with Jamiel

Ready to see more dads at the IEP table? As a Father of a 12-year-old who is on the Autism spectrum, Jamiel Owens is truly an advocate for his son Shayne. After missing many IEP meetings in the beginning, Jamiel is ALL IN with helping more dads get to the IEP table!

Connect with Jamiel: 
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