Building a Better IEP
In this workshop, we will review the building blocks for writing IEPs that serve students and are compliant with applicable laws and regulations. Participants will learn:
- How to prepare for a positive and productive IEP team meeting
- How to design an IEP that provides educational benefit
- The importance of adhering to eligibility criteria
- How to write compliant IEP team meeting notes
- How to write effective academic, social, and behavioral goals
- The purpose of IEP team amendments
Note Regarding Payment:
You must select CHECK or CREDIT CARD to complete this registration.
Check (paid by you or your district/school via a purchase order process): After you register you will receive a confirmation / invoice. If you are paying for the event yourself, print your confirmation / invoice, attach your check, and mail as indicated. If your district or school is paying for the event, please forward your confirmation / invoice to the appropriate person so that a check can be processed via your district/school's purchase order (PO) process. SCOE does not require a copy of the PO, as an invoice is sent at the time of event registration.
Credit card (PayPal): You must enter credit card information at the time of registration. If you are being reimbursed for this event, follow your district/school guidelines for reimbursement.
If you do not receive a confirmation / invoice within 24 hours, your registration is not complete. Please call the registration contact listed below for assistance.
The fee for this class is non refundable.
|When||Thursday, May 7, 2020
9:00am - 12:00pm
Rohnert Park Educational Center -
5860 Labath Avenue, Rohnert Park -
|Presenter||John Fischer, SELPA Program Specialist|
|Audience||Teachers, case managers, and school psychologists. Attendance is limited to current employees of Sonoma County SELPA or Sonoma County Charter SELPA member districts and agencies.|
|Registration||Amy Ahlstrom, 707 524 2756, email@example.com|
|Questions||John Fischer, 707-524-2760, firstname.lastname@example.org|