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IEP Institute (Day 4 of 4)
February 14 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pmFree
This workshop is open ONLY to participants who have NOT attended RSE-TASC IEP Development workshops in the past. This workshop combines our previous IEP Institutes 1 and 2.
**In order to facilitate true systems change that improve student outcomes, we encourage participants to attend as a TEAM from a school or district**
Read closely as participants are asked to coordinate with their teams to bring copies of IEPs. Administrators are encouraged to attend.
Day 1: IEP Review and Educational Benefit: Teams of teachers, support staff and an administrator will participate in a guided self-review of the IEPs of one of their students to determine if the IEPs are compliant and reflect best practice, as well as to see if they indicate that the student has made appropriate progress in his or her educational plan . Participants must bring five (5) paper copies of one student’s IEPs for three academic school years. Any personal identifiers must be redacted from the IEPs to maintain student confidentiality.
Days 2 & 3: Developing an Effective IEP: Participants will be introduced to the critical elements of a standards-based IEP, how to ensure the goals align with Common Core Learning Standards, and how to prioritize and select goals for inclusion in the IEP. Participants will also have opportunities to modify their own IEPs in order to make them more effective.
Day 4: Progress Monitoring: Participants will learn the basics of Curriculum Based Measures (CBMs) and how to progress monitor specific literacy and math goals using these evidence-based tools.
Day 1: Wednesday, January 10. 2018
Day 2: Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Day 3: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Day 4: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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