Most teachers have had some experience with IEP’s (Individual Education Plans).
I’ve shared a number of resources about them over the years, and thought it would be useful to compile those links into one post.
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What a good IEP looks like… is by Ira Socol.
How to write an effective IEP is also from Teach Learn Grow.
Preparing for IEP Season as a New Special Education Teacher is from Edutopia.
How to Help Students With IEPs Thrive is also from Edutopia.
The Many Benefits of Strengths-Based IEPs is from Edutopia.
Making the Ethical Leap to Strengths-Based IEPs is from Middleweb.
4 Benefits of Using Videoconferences for IEP Meetings is from Edutopia.
Maximizing Parental Involvement in Developing the IEP is from Edutopia.
How To Have A Successful IEP Meeting is from Harvard.
4 Ways Students Can Take an Active Role in Their IEP Meetings is from Edutopia.
4 Important Signs That Your Child’s IEP Is Working is particularly useful for parents, as is EXPLAINED: What Is an IEP and How to Make Sure Your Child’s Needs Are Met from Education Post, not to mention this: Labor Dept rules IEP meetings a valid reason for family and medical leave.
What Is an IEP? Individualized Education Programs Explained is from Ed Week.
What is an IEP? is from US News.