Great resource for parents--whether it's your first meeting and you need some advice and tips, or whether you are a veteran at this looking for some new strategies or just reassurance that you are doing the right thing. All special needs parents should pin and bookmark this. Great printables!
At what age should your child be participating in IEP meetings and the special education process?
IEP meeting prep tips for parents plus free printable worksheet to help you stay focused
samples & templates for Special Ed letters~ requesting IEP meetings, evaluations, records, etc.
Common Core aligned goals on writing topic sentences, conclusions, paragraphs, and narratives for you to copy and customize.
FREE!!! Do you want to know how well you are teaching? Do you want to improve your teaching for next year? Have your students complete a teacher grade card for you at the end of the year!I love to do this because my students are really honest and they give great insight into what they love (or don't love) about my class.
Writing Stellar IEP Goals comes with a lot of practice. How to write an IEP goal by following 3 basic steps.
I have decided there can be months where I don't have any IEP meetings, and then there can be a day where I have 4 in a row! I'm always looking for new ways to keep me on track! My "IEP Meeting *sticky note* Reminders" aren't just for Special Education teachers. They are for any teacher who has an IEP meeting coming up and they'd like an easier, slightly more fun way to keep track of them! Great to send home to parents - since they always mail the invitation back! P.S. THEY'RE FREE!
FREE IEP Toolkit for Parents!
Organization Binder :: IEP Accommodations Cheat Sheet Great idea as a quick reference guide for gen ed teachers.
IEP Organization Kit.pdf - Google Drive
Examples of IEP Goals & Objectives
Imagine that you show up to an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meeting, whether you are a parent or a professional, and you see a goal like this: “Bonnie will learn the letters of the alphabet.” What would you think? I hope you would think, “What does that even mean??”. What exactly is she supposed to [...]
I have gotten a bunch of emails lately about IEP goal writing and while I feel like I could write a long, rambling novel about this topic – I will try to keep this short and sweet. I know we all know about IEP goals being measurable. But what does measurable really mean? And how … … Continue reading →
All those acronyms associated with special education can be confusing--so we narrowed it down to 25 commonly used ones. Includes a printable list.
FREE A great reminder to teachers, parents, paraprofessionals, students, etc. Enjoy - Comments & Ratings are always appreciated. : )
Free! IEP Roster organizer, Quickly type in your special education roster. Includes spots for important dates and services. Fully customizable.
Free! IEP Goals: 3 SMARTER IEP Goal Samples
An editable (in power point) IEP at a Glance for general education teachers, specialists (phy ed, art, technology, etc), Paraprofessionals, long term subs, etc.
Knowledge is power!
Report Card Comments
Pin now, print before back to school--printable list of IEP accommodations
Frustrated with organizing IEP paperwork? Get your printable IEP organizer and you will have everything you need all in one notebook.
"Vision is the art of seeing the invisible." Developing a Vision Statement for a child with an IEP is done so that the IEP team is aware of your vision and on the same page. Includes free workbook.
Executive Functioning deficits for students are fairly common but not often talked about or addressed. This shows parents what common deficits look like, how they manifest themselves at school and how you can implement strategies (with or without an IEP) to get your child back on track.