Resources for Administrators (3)
Before, During, and After: Staying Involved with Parents at Each Step of the IEP Team Initial Evaluation Process
Though implementing Individual Education Plans (IEPs) is a daily part of your job requirement, it can be an overwhelming process for both you and the parents of your students with special needs. Taking time to determine how you, as a teacher, can help children and their parents benefit before, during, and after the IEP process ensures that you’ll be able to work together as a team to create a successful academic environment. This FREE DOWNLOAD offers strategies and tools to help you as you work with the IEP process.
Does your child have trouble understanding and expressing his or her emotions? These feelings gauges could help!
Does your child struggle to describe emotions? This free chart has illustrations and labels for twelve feelings to help your child identify and express them to you and others.
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