Leading the IEP Process Module 5: IEP Development, Queens RPC

3/2/2023

2:15 PM - 3:15 PM


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Registration open through 3/1/2023 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Details
This module addresses the specific responsibilities of the District Representative related to the development of the IEP. Federal law and State Regulation require the development of an IEP, a written statement that identifies the specific programs and services a student with a disability will receive, based on the unique need of the child, given the recommendations of the IEP team. Participants will engage with the guiding principles for IEP development, including a deeper understanding of each section of the IEP. Participants will gain insight regarding the IEP as the cornerstone of the Special Education Process, Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE), and Educational Benefit. This training is intended for administrators, general and special education teachers, psychologists, social workers and guidance counselors.
Objectives:
•Facilitate a meaningful discussion of the student’s strengths and needs and elicit recommendations to complete the IEP
•Encourage and facilitate the participation of the student and the parent(s) in the development of the IEP
•Ensure that the IEP is developed in a manner that meets procedural compliance and is
reasonably calculated to enable the child to receive educational benefit



Location
Virtual






Continuing Education
CTLE: Hours - 1

About Us


NYC Department of Education - Special Education Office

Denise Khatri dkhatri2@schools.nyc.gov