For a unique learner, having a meaningful IEP is critically important to their success both in school and in life. And for the stakeholder team, the IEP is a legally binding document that holds them accountable for the student’s success. In short, there’s a lot riding on having a positive and strong IEP process. Presenter Catherine Whitcher shares her expertise and strategies for creating IEPs with integrity, positive communication, collaboration, and accountability.
In this webinar you’ll learn how to:
- Create a spirit of trust and collaboration in your team to promote the best student outcomes and IEP compliance.
- Plan, write, and implement student-centered IEPs with fidelity, through data-driven decisions.
- Tackle difficult issues while ensuring all IEP stakeholder voices are heard—including the students themselves.