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The IEP process should be a collaborative endeavor between parents and educators. This series helps clarify the process and provides guidance for parents. By understanding terms and procedures, parents can ensure their child receives the most appr...Read More

2 women seated at a table looking down at an open booklet.
2 minutes 36 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Cynthia Holmes, a staffing specialist at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, sings an original song about IEP's to Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams of You."

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Understanding the IEP Process
Episode 1
3 minutes 50 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

An individualized education program (IEP) is based on the needs of an individual student. Experts and consultants explain the data gathered to help design the IEP. They also discuss the various personnel involved in developing the plan. Part of th...Read More

Young boy in a red and white checkered shirt looks down at the ground. Caption. Had the right to receive a free, appropriate public education.
43 minutes 17 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (I.D.E.A.) provides six principles that govern the education of children with special needs. It's one thing to read the law, but how do educators ensure they comply with it and provide the best learn...Read More

Woman with dark curled hair wearing a black and white blouse under a black cardigan bends over a desk in classroom to help a male student in a green polo shirt with his work. Caption. If we know a child is having problems.
Understanding the IEP Process
Episode 4
3 minutes 38 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

The Intervention Assistance Team (IAT) helps coordinate and assess the effectiveness of established interventions for students. The team is made up of various school personnel, and they provide input on how to best address the needs of a student. ...Read More

Closeup side view of a male student with glasses sitting in front of a woman with dark curled hair wearing a black and white blouse under a black cardigan. Both look down. Caption. And a change can take place within the I, E, P.
Understanding the IEP Process
Episode 3
3 minutes 22 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Intervention specialists write and monitor the progress of the IEP. Progress reports need to occur at the same time as other established monitoring phases of the school or district. Also, a student's IEP should contain a section that details how o...Read More

Woman with dark curled hair wearing a black and white blouse under a black cardigan. She bends over a desk in classroom to help a male student in a green polo shirt with his work. Caption. A reevaluation takes place every three years.
Understanding the IEP Process
Episode 2
3 minutes 12 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

The evaluation team report (ETR) is the initial step for identifying a disability and determining the appropriate educational needs of an identified student. The data gathered leads to the first meeting and sets the agenda for recommendations. Par...Read More

Woman wearing a navy shirt with black turtleneck looks slightly down and away from camera. Title card below reads, "Jo Ann Freiberg, Ph.D. Education Consultant". Caption. Bullying is a very, very difficult concept to define.
29 minutes 3 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Presents the importance of implementing a social skills program through a team of speech and language therapists, social workers, and special education teachers. Provides an understanding that positive outcomes can occur when the IEP team focuses ...Read More

Group of people seated at a conference table with papers and folders on tabletop. Caption. You've all received full copies of the reports.
16 minutes 50 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Presents a model of an ideal IEP meeting. Shows parents, teachers, and administrators working together to achieve a successful Individualized Educational Program for a learning-disabled student. Offers strategies for productive meetings.

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3 minutes 31 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Learn about creating an IEP strategy involving parent partnership and teacher education. Check out the video, then read the article.

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Map It: What Comes Next?
Episode 17
2 minutes 55 seconds
Grade Level: 7 - 12

Brandon and Allison discuss the importance of students taking charge of their IEP meetings. Part of the “Map It: What Comes Next?” training module. Video vignettes are signed in ASL with spoken English and captions.

Woman gestures towards camera using sign language. Video frame in the top right corner shows another woman smiling at camera. Caption. They didn't know she was deaf until they'd seen me signing.
Educational Interpreting Series
Episode 7
1 hours 46 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Gives voice-to-sign interpreting practice with teachers/adults who are hearing. Maxine Camvel, a parent who is hearing, gives insight on how to advocate for children who are deaf by maximizing parent input during the Individualized Educational Pla...Read More

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2 minutes
Grade Level: PT/TT

Parent advocates at provide advice for parents on how to navigate the IEP process. They also offer suggestions on forming partnerships with educators while working through the IEP process.

Woman seated on a couch next to a young girl looking down at a tablet. Spanish caption. Que maravilla.
11 minutes 42 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Parents and students can be overwhelmed by the IEP process at schools. This video helps parents prepare for the IEP meeting and provides additional resources for parents. Parents are introduced to key terms found in the IEP documents as well as ...Read More

Melissa Gofourth, Program Manager of Oklahoma Able Tech, looks at camera with a stern expression, next to a superimposed screen of the Able Tech logo. Caption. Technology also referred.
6 minutes 30 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Milissa Gofourth, Program Manager at Oklahoma ABLE Tech, discusses assistive technology services for students being served by an IEP. She also address the procedures the IEP Team follows in determining if assistive technology (AT)  is necessary fo...Read More

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Taxonomy for Transition Programming Webinar Series by Pepnet 2
Episode 6
14 minutes 49 seconds
Grade Level: PT/TT

Pamela Luft works in the deaf education program at Kent State. Her presentation focuses on research-based practices in transition planning. This will help teachers meet IDEA requirements and provide a structure for writing IEP goals. Part of the "...Read More