Fostering Independence and Self-Advocacy through Student-led IEPs

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THIS TRAINING IS NOW AN ONLINE ZOOM TRAINING. AFTER REGISTERING, YOU WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL WITH THE ACCESS LINK.


Student-led IEPs allow schools to support active student participation in IEP development and processes in which students take responsibility making decisions about their future. Throughout the student-led IEP process, team members (including the student and parent) assess student strengths and needs and develop a plan for assisting the student in understanding who they are in the learning environment as well as goals they would like to attain. These plans are then implemented and regularly monitored in order to determine whether adjustments are needed. The student learns how to manage the supports available to him/her, gain a deeper understanding of who they are as a learner and self-advocate, as well as develop long-range success goals from which they can backwards map based on their current developmental level.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are registering for someone else, please be sure to enter their information in the ticket section for notifications regarding this training.

If you require ADA accommodations, please contact the SELPA at hcarlstroem@edcoe.org.

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