Navigating Special Education and Understanding the Secret Language of IEPs (Individual Education Plans)
01/15/2019 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Serra Mesa Recreation Center
Type of Class
*Series of 4 Sessions*
Instructors: Michelle McGowan & Kathleen Kubota, Certified Special Education
Participants will learn about the special education process, including how to read an IEP, recognizing the red flags in an IEP, and identifying and drafting appropriate IEP goals, as well as knowing the educational rights of foster youth.
Session 1: Tuesday, January 15th
Session 2: Tuesday, January 22nd
Session 3: Tuesday, January 29th
Session 4: Tuesday, February 5th
Part 1: Introduction to IEPs
Part 2: Autism and Specific Learning Disabilities
Part 3: 504s – Behavioral, Psychological, Emotional and Medical Accommodations
Part 4: Practical Applications – Talk to an Advocate about your Child’s IEP
**Registering for this course, automatically registers you for all 4 sessions, if you would like to attend after session 1 has begun please register on the date of the first session**
Please note, no childcare is provided or available onsite. Do not bring babies or children to class. Thank you!
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