IEP 7: Writing the IEP (Part 3)
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Each child found eligible for special education must have a current Individualized Education Program (IEP) in place at the beginning of every school year. This module of the IEP Mini Modules Series continues from Writing the IEP - Parts 1 and 2 and covers two more sections of the IEP document: Section III. Annual Goals (includes what a good goal should look like, tying goals to needs, Endrew F. rigorous goal standards) and Section IV. Program Summary (supplementary aids and services; special education/specially designed instruction; related services; and program modifications or supports for school personnel).
- Participants will be able to recognize complete and rigorous annual IEP goals.
- Participants will be able to identify the requirements for including a Service in the IEP.
- Participants will be able to differentiate content for the 4 sections of the IEP Program Summary.
Jan Serak is the Director of Serak Consulting Services, LLC, where she contracts with nonprofit organizations to provide Board training, interim nonprofit management, curriculum development, and other services. Prior to her retirement, she was the founder and CEO of WI FACETS. She was a founder and the Parent Partner of the WI Special Education Mediation System. Jan has served on many Boards, including National PLACE, Autism Society of America; Autism Society of SE WI and Autism Society of WI; the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE). She also served on the WI State Superintendent's Council on Exceptional Education, WI Governor's Read to Lead Task Force, OSEP State Advisory Panel, Quality Education Coalition, and the National Center for Deaf-Blindness Advisory Board. Jan received her M.A. in Educational Psychology and Dispute Resolution from Marquette University. She is the parent of two adult sons, one of whom has autism.
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