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 continues from Writing the
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 continues from Writing the IEP-Part 1 and covers the first two sections of the IEP document: Section I. Student Information (student strengths; present levels of academic and functional performance; special factors; parent/student concerns; effects of disability; disability-related needs), and Section II. Parent Engagement.
- Participants will be able to recognize important components of the IEP Student Information section.
- Participants will be able to determine where and how the IEP can include parent and student concerns.
- Participants will be able to identify how the IEP can include ways to engage families in their child’s IEP.
Presenter: Ann Zielke is new to the team at WI FACETS having joined as the Parent Training and Information Center Trainer in November. As a parent who understands firsthand the complexity of navigating the special education system in Wisconsin, she is passionate about the importance of accessible and informative parent education and training. She is a fierce advocate for her daughter and all children with disabilities and she looks forward to serving families across the state with WI FACETS.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm