$20.00

Presenter: Ayo Jones, Noodle Nook
Core Area:
Professional Practices and Responsibilities 6A, 6B, 6C; Instruction 2.1; Professional Practices and Responsibilities 4.2, 4.4
Grade Level: 
Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 0.25

Are you intimidated by the idea of creating a properly constituted IEP committee? Don’t be! It’s all about making sure that the right people are doing the right job at the annual IEP meeting.

In this 15-minute course presented by Noodle Nook founder Ayo Jones, educators will discover exactly how to make sure their IEPs are in compliance by understanding the roles and responsibilities of each IEP team member. This session is part of the Special Education Self-Assessment Series. The series is all about self-evaluation and gaining a better understanding of things you should do to meet your legally-mandated obligations for properly constituted IEPs.

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Description

Federal guidelines and special education law are very clear on the people who need to be at every annual IEP meeting in order to create a properly constituted IEP. Most state guidelines further detail what role each person plays and their responsibility within the meeting. Every special and general educator should have a basic understanding of who should be in an IEP meeting as well as what they should do.

In this course Noodle Nook founder Ayo Jones outlines the members, roles, and responsibilities of a properly constituted IEP committee. In addition, she outlines some essential steps to take to ensure you are always in compliance with federal laws and state-mandated best practices.

This session is part of the Special Education Self-Assessment Series. The series is all about self-evaluation and gaining a better understanding of things you should do to meet your legally-mandated obligations for properly constituted IEPs.

In this 15-minute course, you will learn:

  • Which committee members need to be present in IEP meetings
  • What roles and responsibilities each member has during an IEP meeting
  • What input members may provide to improve the development of a child’s IEP
  • Compliance plans that should be drafted to stay in line with federal guidelines

Most importantly, as part of this series, you will answer a series of self-assessment questions to determine how you can ensure your meetings, your special education department, and your district stay compliant with federal guidelines on properly constituted IEP committees. If you work with special education students, have a campus leadership position, or guide policy decisions for your district, then this is a practical course for you.

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38 reviews for SPED Self-Assessment – Properly Constituted IEP Committees

  1. Jackie – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    informative

  2. Jill – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    interesting and informative

  3. Karen – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Good.

  4. Linda – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    I am glad I know what is required.

  5. Sondra – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Very informative.

  6. Lisa – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    This can help regular ed teachers understand more about the whole process.

  7. Dana – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Helpful information; great presenter

  8. Stacy – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Informative and concise

  9. Kathy – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Good overview of the IEP committee.

  10. Nina – PORT NECHES-GROVES ISD (verified owner)

    Important information!

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