IEP and Inclusion Tips for Parents and Teachers
A resource for writing and implementing appropriate IEPs within an inclusive education
Written from the parent perspective, coauthors Anne Eason, an inclusion attorney, and Kathleen Whitbread, an associate professorólook at inclusion research and practice that help students succeed in and out of school.
Includes chapters on: Getting prepared for IEP meetings, creating legally correct and educationally sound IEPs, ensuring access to the general curriculum, tracking IEP progress and forming effective family/school partnerships. A great way to get parents, teachers and administrators to have shared goals.
Softbound book, 78 pages, 2006.
Features and Benefits
- Provides 127 practical tips for teachers and parents to be involved with the IEP process
- Covers preparing for the IEP meeting, attending the IEP meeting, ensuring access for students, tracking progress, and forming a partnership between families and schools
- Printed book includes a CD with printable PDFs