IEPs do not have to be difficult to prepare for or stressful situations. Stepahnie DeLussey of The Intentional IEP is an IEP coach and veteran special education teacher. She is sharing some insights on educational buzz words as well as her top two tips for IEP preparation.
Have you ever been to an IEP meeting that just wasn’t warm and fuzzy, working with a large team of providers and professionals who just can’t agree on goals? I am so excited to help you develop IEP goals for your autistic learners by sharing my top ten tips and strategies. You can put these tips to work today to improve your goals, communicate better with your team, and see more progress from your students. IEP meetings can be stressful but with these tips in your toolbelt you can remain calm with the best interest of your student at the forefront.