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 sheet
-Dates at a Glance cover sheet
-IEPs Due form
-Re-Evaluations (RR) Due form
-2 editable, blank due date forms
-Student Information cover sheet
-Editable Student Roster
-Student Profile Sheet, 2 Pages (a detailed sheet created to keep an at a glance look of each of your students)
-Editable Student Profile Sheet, 2 Pages
-Extra Notes cover sheet
-Contact Log form (to keep track of all phone calls & emails)
-Editable Contact Log form
-2 editable, “notes” page options
-Double Check coversheet
-IEP Meeting Check List (what should be done before & after each student's IEP meeting)
-Editable IEP Meeting Check List
-Dates to Remember cover sheet
-Editable Monthly Calendars
*Each cover sheet in this binder is also provided with an editable option.
On all "editable" pages you will find…
-Places to insert text boxes for the text you would like to appear
-Color schemes I have used on the un-editable pages
-Times New Roman font
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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