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IDEA: Understanding Measurable Goals on the IEP
 
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This webinar was held 8/25/2011 This Webinar gives a close up view of the annual goal section of the IEP. It includes examples and progress measurement. Presenters: Carolyn Anderson, PACER Center Running Time: 23 minutes
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V3-3: Individualized Education Program (IEP) Team Meeting
 
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A Individualized Education Program (IEP) team meeting is held at school. The student's mother, teachers, and the school principal talk about the read-aloud accommodation for math and how it will be implemented in classes.
IDEA Basics: IEP Individualized Education Program
 
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IEP Meeting Role Play
 
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A role play of an IEP meeting, created for EDSS 541 at CSU San Marcos - Single Subject Credential Program BEST PRACTICES DURING MEETING 1. Be mindful of the seating assignment. Avoid an “Us vs Them” Positioning. Round table seating in a comfortable setting, free from noise and distractions. 2. Make sure all people are introduced. 3. A written agenda is visible to all participants, on paper or posted. Make ideas shared at meeting visible (white board, overhead projector…). 6. Begin the meeting by reviewing the strengths of the child and focus on the positive aspects of the family and student throughout the meeting. 19. Ask parents to make comments if they are quiet.- Ask for parents ideas directly, rather than simply telling them to feel free to contribute. - Respect their opinions and perspectives as their own, even if they differ from yours. o Use validating statements such as “That is an interesting idea/observation” or “You really know your child well!” 24. Closing remarks – Provide a “debrief” - Does anyone have something he/she would like to say before we close for today? - How do we feel about today’s meeting – anything we should do differently next time? 25. The meeting ends on a positive note, and participants are thanked for their time and contributions CAST Kristen Harker Assistant Principal Shelby Winkelman Alex Caleb Golston Joe, Alex’s Father Renee Marquis Mia, Alex’s Mother Henry Brooks Special Education Teacher Tia D’Asaro Math Teacher Megan Amely Language Arts Teacher Michael Eiben Notetaker Dylan Boggs School Psychologist VIDEOGRAPHER Mark Rauscher EDITOR Mark Rauscher
Views: 23232 Mark Rauscher
Accommodations and Modifications for Students with Disabilities
 
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For students with disabilities, the right accommodations and modifications can be as important to school success as appropriate IEP goals. These educational supports are similar, but they are not the same. Learn more about these supports and be prepared to discuss your child's needs at the next IEP meeting.
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IEP lesson touro college
 
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Mathematics lesson on teaching students with disabilities
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IEP Explainer (Individualized Education Program)
 
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An IEP stands for an individualized education program, and basically what that means is that for every child with a disability living in the United States, we have an obligation to provide them with what’s called a free appropriate public education and we do that by providing them with educational services that are individualized to their own needs through that IEP. Funding for production provided by The State of Ohio/Broadcast Educational Media Commission.
Views: 334 woubpbs
IEP Binder PREVIEW
 
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Are you aiming to get organized for all the upcoming IEP meetings you're going to have? This IEP binder has EVERYTHING I need to keep organized throughout the school year and make sure everything gets done by their deadlines. Want to get organized, too? Grab your IEP Binder here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ultimate-IEP-Organization-Kit-EDITABLE-FORMS-INCLUDED-2013755
Views: 78 You AUT-a Know
Foundations of Special Education and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Implementation 1.0
 
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Views: 144 Jamie Reinhardt
Writing Meaningful IEPs
 
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This video describes how to write a meaningful and measurable educational plan (IEP) for students with severe multiple disabilities, on completely modified programs. Data collection and assessment is highlighted. Students from schools throughout British Colombia are featured throughout this video. This video is provided by the Provincial Integration Support Program, an outreach program funded by the B.C. Ministry of Education.
Views: 5955 Terry Wendorf
Documenting Children's Learning
 
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Documenting how children are learning is an important activity for early childhood professionals to engage in on a regular basis. In e-clip #10, Judy Harris Helm of Best Practices, Inc. discusses why documentation is so critical and identifies some of the different purposes of documentation. Two preschool teachers and one toddler teacher describe the various ways they document as well as how they use documentation to help achieve different goals. When adults engage in a variety of documentation practices, it can help them to assess learning, reflect on and adjust their teaching practices, support children to revisit their own learning, communicate with families, and advocate for their program. See supporting materials and related videos at http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-documenting-childrens-learning/. Video Segments: 0:40 Documenting Children's Learning 1:14 Assessing Children's Learning 2:57 Revisiting Children's learning 4:25 Communicating with Families 5:23 Ensuring Informed and Reflective Teaching 7:45 Advocating for Developmentally Appropriate, Play Based Learning Copyright 2016 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes.
Views: 35765 EarlyChildhoodVideos
Developing Educationally Meaningful & Legally Sound IEPs: Avoiding Errors in the IEP Process
 
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This video follows Dr. Mitchell Yell as he identifies several errors often made as IEPs are written. Dr. Yell uses case law and real life examples to illustrate the common problems encountered when authoring IEPs and methods to avoid them.
Views: 1351 Indiana IEPRC
IEP lesson plan
 
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Views: 165 Timothy Bergstedt
Math Special Ed
 
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Views: 74 Larissa West
Station Rotation: Differentiating Instruction to Reach All Students
 
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Rotation stations allow students to learn in a range of modalities, while making differentiation manageable for one teacher. Highlander Charter School, Lower School GRADES PK - 6 | PROVIDENCE, RI Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/article/stw-highlander
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Documenting Assistive Technology in the Individualized Education Program (IEP)
 
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Oklahoma ABLE Tech provides guidelines and resources for documenting assistive technology in a student's Individualized Education Program (IEP). You will also learn about a system of checks and balances for your school to determine how well it is documenting assistive technology in the IEP.
Views: 1357 OklahomaABLETech
Chatting with Katie, Episode 2: Make your Own IEP Binder & File Box
 
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Episode 2 will teach parents and caregivers of children with disabilities in Special Education how to get organized and create their own IEP Binder and file box.
Views: 226 Katie Corkern
This Special Ed Teacher's Real-World Lessons will Inspire You | Class Act
 
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Sadie Guthrie, a special education teacher at Lawton Alternative School in San Francisco, uses a mobile coffee cart to teach her students real world skills and an entire school about compassion. Class Act is a new series sponsored by the California Lottery to showcase inspiring teachers making an impact in their schools and communities. Learn more about how the California Lottery contributes to public schools at http://www.calottery.com/givingback Share this with an awesome teacher you know: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1LXEwN2 Twitter: http://bit.ly/207ouGu GET MORE FROM SOULPANCAKE: SUBSCRIBE for new videos every weekday: http://bitly.com/SoulPancakeSubscribe THE SPOONFUL, our weekly dose of good stuff from across the web: http://ow.ly/t7K7p MERCH STORE: http://bit.ly/SPMerch Buy our BOOK: http://book.soulpancake.com Follow us on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/soulpancake TWEET us at: http://twitter.com/soulpancake Visit our WEBSITE: http://soulpancake.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- How do students react when high school boys are treated like women in Congress?? CLICK HERE to find out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km0tiHY94sQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 302273 SoulPancake
An In-Depth Look at the IEP for Kids with Dyslexia
 
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Students with dyslexia stand a better chance of succeeding in school with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) that unites teacher and parents around their unique strengths and needs. This webinar focuses on the components of the individual education plan and how to build a program of supports and services that best meets the needs of a student with dyslexia. It’s important to consider the “Big Picture” of the IEP — its purpose, how it serves as a roadmap for your child’s special education and related services under IDEA, and the scope of supports and services it covers. We recommend having copies of your child’s IEP on hand so you can follow along and better understand each component and where opportunities might exist to strengthen his or her individual program.
Views: 1640 Learning Ally
Formative Assessments: Why, When & Top 5 Examples
 
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PowerPoint Presentation on Formative Assessment found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Formative-Assessment-Teachers-Guide-PowerPoint-3830253 Get the Power Point Presentation on Teacher's Guide to Classroom Assessments at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Teachers-Guide-to-Assessments-3659168 This video breaks down formative assessments for any type of teacher or educator. It begins by offering some reasons why we should utilize formative assessment in the classroom. The are various types of assessments, but the video gives specific reasons why teachers should incorporate formative assessments. It also explain when it is appropriate to use formative assessments in relation to curriculum, class time, and units. Next, several examples of formative assessments are outlined. These examples are considered the top five examples of formative assessments. The first example given is hand signal one to five formative assessment. This is the best example for a whole class assessment. The next example is brainstorming. This formative example is followed by exit tickets. Exit tickets are probably the most familiar of all types of formative assessment examples. And the last example of a formative assessment is individual whiteboards. This video is part of an overall classroom assessment playlist and presented as part of a schools professional development. This is a great formative assessment to use in class.
Views: 62324 Teachings in Education
RTI, 504, IEP:  What s it All About?
 
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When a child qualifies for special education services, federal law requires the development of a document called an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Some students may not qualify for an IEP, but may receive accommodations and modifications from a 504 Plan or may receive support through Response to Intervention (RtI). This webinar will explain the process for receiving supports and services through general and/or special education.
Views: 1031 Starbridge
IEP primary4
 
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Primary 4, at Ban Mak Khang School of IEP project : they are new student to learn math in English ( Get Start)(Don't worry) enjoy.
Individualized Education Program (IEP) Progress
 
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Noel Morales, M.Ed. and best selling author of "Believe and Grow Smart" will explain what you should do if your child is not making progress towards their Individualized Education Program goals. Please feel free to subscribe, comment, like and share. :) To your child's success! Please feel free to call us at 714-525-5008 or email us at ConnectTheDotsLearning@gmail.com so we can serve your family. You may also visit us at http://ConnectTheDotsLearning.com . #IEP #specialeducation #specialed #ADHD #aspergers #dyslexia #autism
IEPs vs. 504 Plans  What's the Difference
 
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Is your child with ADHD struggling in school? You've heard that students affected by ADHD can get extra help in school, but you're not familiar with what the law says about academic accommodations. Or perhaps you've requested classroom accommodations from your child's school and you want to understanding the rights guaranteed to your child under education law so you can be an informed participant when working with your child's school. Many students affected by ADHD and its co-occurring conditions are entitled to protection under the law in the form of an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or Section 504 Plan. However, the complexities and nuances between IEPs and 504 Plans can be confusing to many parents. Many parents want to know what the difference is between these laws and how they may apply to their child's education. Robert Tudisco, a special education attorney and expert on education law, will discuss the differences between the two laws and shed some light on both the advantages and disadvantages of both to help parents understand how either one may meet their child's needs. If you are wondering what these laws state and how they might benefit your child or would like to ask why there are two different laws regarding education for children affected by ADHD, join us for this webinar. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Strategies for Promoting Positive Behavior in Children with ADHD and Their Siblings" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M7OcAnIgCY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 2543 Help for ADHD
Standards Based IEP
 
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Views: 627 Jack Sheard
Common Core Standards and Development of Standards Based Individual Education Programs
 
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Presented by Hillary Freeman and Autism Family Services of NJ
22Q University Episode #3 "Understanding Individual Education Plans (IEP's)
 
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Navigating through the educational maze can be a daunting task. This webinar is designed to provide a road map to guide parents and professionals through the IEP process. It will cover issues of eligibility, evaluations, IEP components, goal writing, school responsibilities, parent rights and resolution of differences. The goal will be to provide parents with better tools to understand the IDEA law and how to approach negotiations with schools in a positive manner. Brought to you by www. DempsterFoundation.org. Presentation by Donna Cutler-Landsman
Preparing for the Individualized Education Plan Meeting
 
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Welcome to Preparing for the Individualized Education Plan Meeting. This video is one of several available on our website and YouTube channel produced to assist you with aspects of Special Education services in Florida. In this video, we will cover the following topics: 1 - What is an Individualized Education Plan or IEP? 2 - What should you do to prepare for an IP meeting? 3 - How should you handle disagreements with your IEP team? 4 - What makes a meeting more likely to be successful?
Views: 574 DisabilityRightsFL
Grade 5 - Ontario IEP -Page 2
 
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This is Page 2 of the Ontario IEP.
Views: 1848 Britney Chan
Developing Effective Individual Education Plans (IEPs) - Alison Morse
 
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Please visit our online conference center for more lectures: http://easterseals.webcast.guru Title: Developing Effective Individual Education Plans (IEPs) Speaker: Alison Morse, Provincial Coordinator – Special Education, Easter Seals Ontario Date: 4/9/2016 Session Code: 160409-s7
How to best organize your IEP paperwork
 
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I was frustrated at trying to manage my son's IEP paperwork so I created the IEP organizer. It has all the tools you need to successfully manage and organize your IEP papers to maximize your participation in the process. You can get your IEP organizer at ADayInOurShoes.com/IEPorganizer
Views: 7653 Lisa Lightner
What to Expect at an IEP Meeting- For Parents
 
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This video was created by a preschool special education teacher to help parents learn what to expect when attending an IEP meeting for their child.
Views: 186 McKenna Soards
V1-2: Teachers Working Together to Identify Student Needs
 
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A special education teacher and math teacher discuss the possible need for accommodations for a student. They discuss how the student is performing in class and what strategies they have tried to address her needs.
Reimagining Disability & Inclusive Education | Jan Wilson | TEDxUniversityofTulsa
 
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Every single person is unique and has different skills, so why are students taught the same way? Jan Wilson explores the possibilities of a universal design for learning, and how every individual can benefit. Dr. Jan Wilson is Wellspring Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and History at the University of Tulsa. Her teaching and research areas include gender and disability studies, feminist theory, and United States Women's History. She enjoys using aspects of popular culture--vampire literature and films, the Harry Potter book series, and the television show Game of Thrones, for example--to teach students about gender, disability, and race in history and American society. She is currently at work on her second book titled The Zoey Journal, which draws on historical analysis, theory, and her personal experiences raising a daughter with autism to offer unique perspectives on concepts such as mothering, identity, intersectionality, the gaze, and the meaning of disability. She and her family are strong supporters of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, the Autism Center of Tulsa, and Able Kids Therapy. An avid runner, Dr. Wilson is currently training for her first marathon. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 73428 TEDx Talks
IEP and Progress Monitoring - Special Education Advocacy - Part 3
 
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http://www.napsea.co IEP and Progress Monitoring
Views: 1125 Lynne Adams
Special Education  - The Basics of Progress Monitoring
 
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Progress monitoring is a part of a student's IEP used to determine if the student is making progress. The monitoring helps determine if the goals of the IEP are being met. The results of the monitoring can be a basis to re-evaluate the IEP to provide different supports that may better meet the needs of the student. This video was created by WOUB Public Media (http://woub.org/) in partnership with the Ohio Department of Education.
Math Antics - Place Value
 
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Learn More at mathantics.com Visit http://www.mathantics.com for more Free math videos and additional subscription based content!
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"IEP Goals & Objectives with CCSS" | EdTech Tuesday | Professional Development
 
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http://www.lessonplanet.com/professional-development/courses/ed-tech-iep-goals-and-objectives-with-ccss Writing IEP goals is not a highlight of the year, even for seasoned SpEd teachers. For new or general classroom teachers, it can be daunting. But—you betcha—there's an app for that! Designed by the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET), IEP Goals and Objectives lets you create a separate file for each student in your caseload. It's a snap to compose annual, short-term, behavioral, and other learning goals, complete with detailed mastery levels, with a few taps. For more educational app tutorials, with new episodes released every Tuesday, visit Lesson Planet's EdTech Tuesdays page: http://www.lessonplanet.com/professional-development/courses?category=ed-tech
Views: 803 Lesson Planet
Mock IEP Meeting
 
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This video is about Mock IEP
Views: 77 Amber Lewis
IEP Development Guide
 
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Emily Quinn explains why you should use the Design to Learn's IEP Development Guide the next time you are preparing your IEP (Individualized Education Program). Check out the Design to Learn IEP Development Guide here: http://designtolearn.com/IEP.pdf Video Starring Emily Quinn. Edited and Produced by Alexandria Cook.
Mom gets organized with My IEP ToolKit™
 
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Mom attending 2011 FCSN (Federation for Children with Special Needs) conference in Boston talks about how My IEP ToolKit has helped her organize her child's special education paperwork, and attend IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meetings feeling prepared and confident.
Views: 277 Carla Koehl
V4-4: Planning for Assessment Accommodations with Students
 
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A special education teacher explains to a student receiving a read-aloud accommodation in math what will happen on test day.
This is what iep kids
 
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Having fun on Christmas
Views: 122 tliddell2578
Rovinescu's sample lesson plan
 
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Olivia Rovinescu, director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning at Concordia University, explains how to carry out an effective lesson plan and why it's important to engage students.
Views: 1134 University Affairs
NAPSEA Special Education Advocacy Strategies.wmv
 
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http://www.napsea.co Effective team meetings - Speaking event in Taunton, Massachusetts discussing NAPSEA and special education advocacy strategies in IEP team meetings.
Views: 1056 Lynne Adams
Special Education Tips Part 2 of 6
 
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Get help for all California student rights issues at: http://www.edlaw4students.com Free information to help you, visit: http://edlaw4students.blogspot.com/ http://www.edlaw4students.com/ 916-444-9064 THE LAW OFFICE OF MICHELLE BALL HELPING PARENTS AND STUDENTS SOLVE SCHOOL PROBLEMS EVERY DAY SINCE 1995 California education attorney Michelle Ball founded the Law Office of Michelle Ball in 1995 and has been helping parents and students handle their school issues ever since. We focus solely on student representation involving public and private schools and colleges. One of the large areas we address involves STUDENT DISCIPLINE issues such as: * Expulsions and expulsion appeals * Expulsion of a special needs student * Suspensions * Behavior contracts * Involuntary transfers * Other discipline problems The Law Office of Michelle Ball also assists students with SPECIAL EDUCATION matters: * Assessment issues * Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and plans * Related services such as occupational, speech, and other therapies * Private school placement issues * 504/accommodation plans * Other special education matters We also help with MANY OTHER AREAS, including, but not limited to: * Restoring parent access to campus once a parent is excluded * Sexual harassment issues at school * Discrimination based on age, race, national origin, sexual orientation, and other improper bases * Protection of students from bullying or targeting * School transfer issues * GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) admission * Issues with personnel, such as teachers, coaches, campus police and others. * Student records access and correction of records * Attendance and truancy issues (School Attendance Review Board) * Graduation concerns * Other problems in the school setting. It is highly recommended that parents and students seek help from a California education attorney when dealing with school problems. Get help for all California student rights issues at: http://www.edlaw4students.com Free information to help you, visit: http://edlaw4students.blogspot.com/
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