But what makes a good PLAAFP?
There are plenty of long, wordy PLAAFPs that aren’t very good. Quantity doesn’t equal quality when it comes to IEPs. When you understand each component and function of a PLAAFP, you’ll be able to write one that is strong and clear.
In High Quality PLAAFPs — Write Better IEPs presented by Ayo Jones of Noodle Nook, you’ll learn what elements make a good PLAAFP and what elements make it weaker. Ms. Jones walks educators step by step through the process of evaluating and preparing a PLAAFP. Any educator who has to create IEPs will benefit from this in-depth course.
In this one-hour course, you’ll discover more about:
- PLAAFP goals
- The six essential elements of a PLAAFP
- How to evaluate your PLAAFP
Other courses in this series:
IEPs – An Overview
The IEP Process – 6 Steps to an IEP
504s versus IEPs – Understanding Student Services
An Administrator’s Refresher on IEPs
Drafting Meaningful IEP Goals for Students with Disabilities
IEP Litigation and Legislation
IEP Meeting Prep for Special Education Teachers
IEP Progress Monitoring for Students in Special Education
My First IEP – For General Education Teachers