IEP Meeting Facilitation Training

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  • Tue, Aug 20, 2024 - Wed, Aug 21, 2024

  • Okefenokee RESA

  • Woodard Classroom

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Contact Information

912-285-6147

Details

Course No.

#176

Category

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Classroom Hours

12.00

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0

Component Numbers

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61

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Start Date

Tue, Aug 20, 2024

End Date

Wed, Aug 21, 2024
Session Dates and Times

Registration Deadline

Mon, Aug 05, 2024

Withdrawal Deadline

Tue, Aug 13, 2024

Course Description
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Do you want to learn how to run an efficient, guided IEP meeting where all members
communicate and collaborate to create the student's specialized program?

Key2Ed will provide intensive training in conflict prevention and IEP Meeting Facilitation for school districts. This training concentrates on providing the specific tools and techniques for improving positive communication, reducing conflict, and focusing the meeting on the needs of the student.


Participants learn to:
• Guide IEP teams to agree on appropriate, compliant, and effective IEPs
• Channel communication to building mutual understanding based on respect
• Create agreements based on full participation from all members
• Generate informed discussions
• Prevent, reduce, and resolve conflict

Participants will practice facilitation in IEP meeting simulations based on real-life IEP meeting situations so that they have the chance to practice the skills presented in a safe learning environment and are prepared to go out and implement these skills the very next day.

Targeted participants include: Special Education Teachers, Case Managers, District and
Site leaders, IEP Coordinators, Speech Pathologists, School Psychologists and more.




Schedule

START DATE

START TIME

End TIME

08-20-2024

08:30AM

03:30PM

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08-21-2024

08:30AM

03:30PM

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Additional Information


Grade Levels (Elem_MS/HS) No
Grade Bands No
Certification Needed No
Delivery Methods Traditional Classroom (Face-to-Face)
Follow-Up Methods