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IEP Goal Tracking: Remote and In-Person

Explore the concept of neurodiversity and how it applies to education.

Learn how to effectively leverage virtual meeting tools and other tech innovations to monitor and track student IEP goals and outcomes in any learning environment.
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All learners will receive a certificate for 10 professional development hours upon completion of a PowerPD unit
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Course Overview

With schools utilizing remote learning across the country, accommodating IEP goals of special needs students has been an even more pressing an ongoing issue.

Most IEPs require some type of modification to help students with disabilities succeed in school. For educators, this means extra time and effort in lesson plan development and classroom management. This can be a struggle for teachers who are trying to teach material to a large number of students, all with different needs and capabilities, both in-classroom and at a distance. Compliance with IEPs is a particular concern, as schools are required by federal law to deliver services in alignment with each student’s IEP, and while children are at home, it is not possible to perfectly replicate the services that happen inside schools. Further, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)—the legislation governing IEP services—doesn’t include guidance for prolonged school closures. Educators and families are both operating in uncharted territory.
Not to worry! In this unit, you will learn how to effectively leverage virtual meeting tools and other tech innovations to monitor and track student IEP goals and outcomes in any learning environment.
Course Objectives
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the idea of neurodiversity, and use new strengths-based approaches to teaching your students
  • Explain how to adapt your students’ IEP goals to distance and hybrid learning models
  • Comply with special education laws and meet student IEP goals during remote and hybrid learning
  • Apply new strategies for using digital tools and technology to accommodate special education students and track IEP goals
  • Develop new strategies to engage parents in the IEP process, both in-person and from a distance
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Waimea Middle School
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The Brain Power Academy Team is composed of neuroscientists, educators, and mental health experts who are dedicated to creating the best PD to empower you in the classroom. We specialize in translating the latest neuroscience research into easy, ready-to-use techniques and exercises that assist teaching and learning in this new distanced-learning environment.

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