Exceptional Children, Extraordinary Potential

Webinars

CADRE - Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special  Education
Family Member Webinars - https://www.cadreworks.org/for-families/webinars
 
Working Together Series -www.cadreworks.org/resources/cadre-materials/working-together-series
La serie Trabajar juntos -  -www.cadreworks.org/resources/cadre-materials/la-serie-trabajar-juntos
Five interactive self-directed courses provide families and educators with a number   of strategies for working together and through conflict. Anyone supporting children or youth with disabilities may benefit from this series, however, the setting in which collaborative problem solving and conflict resolution takes place within this series is typically the school or IEP meeting.
               Course 1: Introduction to the Working Together Series
               Course 2: IEP Meetings and Beyond
               Course 3: Listening and Responding Skills
               Course 4: Managing and Responding to Emotions
               Course 5: Focusing on Interests to Reach Agreement


ECAC - Exceptional Children's Assistance Center, NC's Parent Training and Information Center

The IEP Team Process:  A Framework for Success - https://www.ecac-parentcenter.org/media-center/the-iep-team-process-videos/          
           Chapter 1:  IDEA and IEPs  
           Chapter 2:  The IEP Team
           Chapter 3: The IEP Team Process
           Chapter 4:  Getting Ready for the IEP Meeting
           Chapter 5: The IEP Meeting


South Dakota Parent Connection

Be Informed: Questions To Ask About Your Child's IEP.  As a valued member of the IEP Team, asking questions helps you be more informed, assured your child is receiving appropriate supports, and better prepared to support your child at home.


Understanding the Functional Behavior Assessment. This session will explain the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and the parent role in both the FBA and the Behavior Support Plan writing process. Presentation Handouts


Dare to Dialogue! Getting Past No.  In this session, we will walk through statements, strategies and resources that you, the parent, might use in advocating for your child's right to an appropriate education when faced with a difficult conversation.  Presentation HandoutsDare To Dialogue Guide


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