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If you’re a parent who is new to special education or IEPs, this tutorial was written to let you know the laws about IEPS. Going through the tutorial will help you understand the required sections for your child’s IEP. I’ll explain each section, what is supposed to be in it and how to write that section.

Towards the end of the tutorial I’ll share examples of IEP goals for reading, writing, math and other areas. My hope is that by the end of this FREE IEP tutorial, you’ll be able to understand IEPs and advocate better for your child. Here are the contents of this IEP training:

Information

IEPs Course Description
Course Objectives
Course Content
User Agreement
Copyright Statement
Biography

Course

Welcome
Required IEP Sections

Present Level of Performance IEP Section

Unit Objectives
Definition
Section Contents
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing Out the Present Levels of Performance.

IEPs Goals & Objectives

Unit Objectives
Definition
Section Contents
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing Effective IEP Goals.

IEPs Supports & Services

Unit Objectives
Definition
Section Contents
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing the Supports and Services section.

IEP Accomodations & Modifications

Unit Objectives
Definition
Section Contents
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing the Accommodations section.

IEPs Measures of Progress

Unit Objectives
Definition
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing Your Child’s Measures of Progress

IEP Placement Decisions

Unit Objectives
Definition
IDEA’s Specifications
Tips for Writing The IEP Placement Section

Conclusion

Resources
Discussion Board
IDEA Practices
Wright’s Law
LD Online
Schwab Learning Foundation
All Kinds of Minds
International Dyslexia Association
Children & Adults with ADD
Discussion
Site Map

I hope you find this Free IEP training tutorial highly valuable. This training will help you become a knowledgeable, contributing member of your child’s IEP team.

Dive in and Begin this IEP Training Tutorial to learn more about helping your child.

Sandy

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