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  1. Rejuvenating the IEP MeetingA Parent and Teacher Perspective

  2. My Girls Abby Lauren

  3. Before the IEP – Do Your Homework • Get your child involved in the process • Know what accommodations are available • Understand what technologies work for your child

  4. Treat Process Like a Business Relationship • Show why we are here • Bring treats – Everyone likes treats • Take notes and record meeting • Keep all hard copies • Goal – Getting the student the best education possible

  5. Educate Team on Your Child’s Disability • Show videos – dyslexia video • Perform demonstrations/exercises


  6. Educate Team on Your Child’s Disability • Examples of how they learn or process information • Give statistics – 1 in 5 initiative Fantastic

  7. Assistive Technology Used

  8. You must work hard and advocate for your children!! Without Struggle There Is No Progress!!!

  9. Thank You

  10. Appendix

  11. Accommodation Ideas • The student will be allowed extended time to complete tests. • The student will be allowed and alternative site to complete a test. • The student will be allowed to have the test read to him/her. • The student will be allowed to have tests on tape.

  12. Accommodation Ideas cont’d • The student will be allowed a proofreader for written work especially when spelling and grammar are not essential parts of grading. • The student will be allowed the use of teacher notes or another student’s notes from the lectures to copy into his/her notes for use. • The student will be allowed use of alternative methods to show what he/she knows. This might include a project, model or presentation. • The student will be allowed a tape recorder for class lectures or directions.

  13. Accommodation Ideas cont’d • The student will be allowed the use of a calculator as needed, in class or on tests. • The student will be allowed the option of an essay test in place of objective tests. • The student will be allowed the option of word processing for both lengthy written assignments and tests. • The student will be allowed a scribe for lengthy written responses in class assignments or on tests.

  14. Accommodation Ideas cont’d • The student will be allowed alternative format to answer sheets if the format is unacceptable. (Fill in the dot in the row) • The student will be allowed extended time for lengthy written assignments or research papers as needed, as prearranged by the student, regular teacher, and special educator. • The student will be allowed the use of oral tests in place of written tests.