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Thursday, October 25 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
VIRTUAL 214. Dos and Don'ts for Being an Effective Participant in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Process

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The IEP is the heart of providing services for students needing special education. This is a responsibility that must be taken very seriously by each participant. Participants must do their homework ahead of time in preparing needed information, must participate in the writing of present levels of academic achievement and functional performance, and must write relevant goals for students. They must work together as a team to develop a relevant plan based on student needs. A checklist for participation will be provided as well as a list of the dos and don'ts.

Speakers
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Bev Johns

Professional Fellow, MacMurray College
Bev Johns has over 35 years experience in speciaL education in the public schools in Illinois.  She ran a public school for children with the most significant behavioral challenges in west central Illinois and provided consultation to local school districts. She is now a Professional... Read More →

Exhibitors
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Dave Scahill

President & CEO, The Discovery Source
Dave Scahill has been creating relationships and solutions for early childhood programs for the past 30 years by offering professional development, consulting with and providing materials for early childhood centers and family child care homes. Dave recently founded The Discovery... Read More →

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avatar for Dave Scahill

Dave Scahill

President & CEO, The Discovery Source
Dave Scahill has been creating relationships and solutions for early childhood programs for the past 30 years by offering professional development, consulting with and providing materials for early childhood centers and family child care homes. Dave recently founded The Discovery... Read More →



Thursday October 25, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm
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