The IEP process is full of legal mandates and requirements that cause anxiety for all special education teachers, and can be particularly daunting for new special educators. A productive IEP process requires that the IEP team ― teachers, families, and related services providers ― have the resources they need to collaborate to create measurable, legally defensible, and truly individualized IEPs for each student.
Catherine Creighton Martin and Clara Hauth, authors of the brand-new edition of The Survival Guide for New Special Education Teachers, will guide participants through the IEP process – from assessment to writing to goals to monitoring progress.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe ways to collaborate with other teachers and related service providers to develop effective and measurable IEP goals.
- Discuss strategies to meet legal requirements of IEPs.
- Identify and gather the data necessary for an effective IEP.
- Explain several strategies to effectively work with families in the IEP process.
Presented by Dr. Clara Hauth, Marymount University, and Dr. Catherine Creighton Martin, Fairfax County Public Schools/George Mason University. Original air date March 16, 2016. 58 minutes. #WEB1603A.Order now!