BUNDLE • Student IEP Advocacy Books + Activities | Students typically begin learning about their IEPs at transition age, which is age 16 per the IDEA (and age 14 in some states). But it is never too early to teach students about themselves, their IEPs, and how to self advocate for their wants and needs. This bundle is intended to help you do just that - empower your students.
These books and activities can be used at home or at school.
Each book title comes with:
• Editable letter home to parents
• Adapted Book with comprehension test (digital + printable)
• IEP Reader - same content as Level 2 Adapted Book (digital + printable)
• 1 Extended Activity
Each adapted book and reader uses real pictures, enabling the books to be used with any age of student.
What titles are included?
- What is an IEP?
- What is a Disability?
- Parts of an IEP
- What is an IEP Meeting?
- Who is on My IEP Team?
- Why Do I Need an IEP?
- My Role in My IEP
- How Can I Self Advocate for Myself
- Who is My Case Manager?
- What Do I Do During My IEP Meeting?
- How to Set Goals
- What Are My Accommodations and Modifications?
- What Are My Related Services?
- What is a Transition Plan?
- How Can I Help With My Transition Plan?
Each book title comes with a letter to send home to parents, a printable and digital adapted book, a printable and digital reader, and an activity to further learning and self advocacy.
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