Special education teachers, as well as regular education teachers, can have quite the caseload of special education students. Hopefully, my IEP Meetings Binder will take away some of the stress for planning an upcoming IEP meeting for you as it has for me! I use this product at the beginning of every year and can say I have successfully stayed organized and on top of all of my IEP meetings!
A DETAILED LIST OF WHAT EACH BINDER INCLUDES:
-IEP Meetings binder cover page
-Dates at a Glance cover page
-IEPs Due form (plus blank form)
-Re-Evaluations (RR) Due form (plus blank form)
- School Calendar divider page
- District Calendar divider page
- Student Information cover page
- Student Roster
- Student Profile Sheet, 2 Pages
- Modification Check List (plus blank)
- Supplementary Aids & Services page
- Related Services Schedule
- Student Schedules (monthly/weekly/blank)
- Behavior Plane divider page
- Classroom Observation divider page
- Transition Information divider page
- ESY Information divider page
- ESY Eligibility Check-List
- Staying In Touch cover page
- Important Contacts
- Notes page
- Notes/Emails To & From divider page
- Input & Observations divider page
- IEP Meetings cover page
- Meeting Check-List
- IEP Meeting Notes
- Planning by Month divider page
- Monthly Calendars (12)
- Extra blank pages to personalize even more
*NOW INCLUDES A GOOGLE SLIDE*
Link and directions on how to use have been included.
You will be receiving this binder as a PowerPoint and as a PDF.
The PowerPoint version allows you to "edit" the slides I've called "editable" by adding your own text boxes. Whereas the PDF version prints in a better quality, allowing you to only hand write on the pages you choose to use.
This binder does not include monitoring student progress. I created this binder only to keep track of student information – at a glance, and as an easy to reach copy of all of my meetings throughout the year!
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