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Understanding the IEP Process. Diana Wilk Langley School District October 2013. What is an IEP?. An Individual Education Plan: Describes program adaptations and modifications for students in the school system identified with a special need

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understanding the iep process

Understanding the IEP Process

Diana Wilk

Langley School District

October 2013

what is an iep
What is an IEP?
  • An Individual Education Plan:
    • Describes program adaptations and modifications for students in the school system identified with a special need
    • Is a living document – will evolve, grow and change as the year progresses
    • Is reviewed regularly (usually at reporting times)
    • Is updated each year
format of the iep in langley
Format of the IEP in Langley
  • Profile Page
    • Student information
    • Strengths and needs
  • Goal Pages
    • Goal Area
    • General goal statement
    • Specific objectives
    • Responsibility
    • Evaluation
    • progress
  • Adaptations checklist where appropriate
the iep meeting
The IEP Meeting
  • Should happen sometime before the end of Oct.
  • Start with sharing new home and school priorities
  • Take time to review previous IEP – celebrate successes
  • Plan for the meeting to last about an hour
preparing for the iep meeting
Preparing for the IEP meeting
  • Ideas for goal areas and objectives – what are your family priorities?
  • What you know works best with your child/what are his/her strengths?
  • Ideas for motivation and reinforcement (preference profile)
  • Collaborative mindset – working together with the team
  • Respect and dignity
who is involved
Who is involved?
  • Parents
  • School team
  • Student
  • Advocate
  • Outside agencies/supports
  • School team:
    • Classroom teacher
    • Resource teacher (case manager)
    • SEA
    • Principal
    • SLP
    • OT
    • Other staff as required
working collaboratively
Working Collaboratively
  • Building trusting relationships
  • Bringing support to your IEP meeting
    • Could be professionals working with your child outside of school (SLP, behaviour consultant, OT, mental health, etc.)
    • Could be support for you/advocate
  • Let the school know ahead of time who will be there and what their role is
  • Guidelines for Effective Partnerships
what does achievement look like
What Does Achievement Look Like?
  • Students developing independence and progressing in all goal/curriculum areas
  • The IEP is never a “one-shot” – it continues to grow and develop according to individual progress
  • Success is based on programming, not just support
  • Collaboration is key in reaching goals!
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