Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The words, “IEP meeting,” can strike fear in the hearts of parents and educators alike. Anger, apprehension, dread, and a variety of other emotions may rise to the surface in anticipation of the meeting in which an Individual Education Program is written for a student who receives special education services. But we can change this! And many of the following tips can be used at any type of “I” meeting: IPP, IHP, IOP, IHP, IWRP, INP, ISP, etc. (If you don’t know what all these mean, that’s OK—I made some of them up!)
Have “pre-IEP” meetings. Schedule individual meetings with members of the team prior to the official meeting. Share your thoughts and ideas, brainstorm . . . Click here to continue.
New and Improved I.E.P. Meetings
(and any other kind of "I" meetings)
New Ways of Thinking and Revolutionary Common Sense