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GEAR UP!

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  1. GEAR UP! Do Now: Write down your burning questions, specifically regarding the IEP process. You will have time to reflect on these at the end of the session. You have 3 minutes. Please continue working the entire time. Special Education The IEP Process

  2. GEAR UP! • Session Objectives: • Fellows will be able to… • sequence the events in the IEP Process • identify their role as Case Manager • identify resources related to the IEP process Special Education The IEP Process

  3. The IEP Process CDE Colorado Department of Education DPS Mild/ Moderate Special Educators

  4. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS • 5. IEP Meeting is • scheduled • 6. IEP Meeting is held • & IEP is Written

  5. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS a a a a • 5. IEP Meeting is • scheduled • 6. IEP Meeting is held • & IEP is Written

  6. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS a a a a a a • 5. IEP Meeting is • scheduled a • 6. IEP Meeting is held • & IEP is Written

  7. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS • 2. Child is Evaluated 3. Eligibility is Determined at the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting, then IEP document is completed

  8. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS • DPS Child Find Teams locate, identify, and evaluate children with special needs in Denver • Ages 3-5 team • K-21 team • Parent Referral – if a parent requests sped evaluation, they must sign permission to test: • student must be evaluated within 60 days of signing • IEP mtg must take place within 90 days of signing • School Referral – if a student has received interventions through the RTI process, but does not respond sufficiently to instruction, the student may be referred to Special Education • parent permission must be obtained to evaluate

  9. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS • 2. Child is Evaluated • After the School or Parent Referral – The multidisciplinary team proceeds with the assessments in the following areas: • Educational – YOU assess academic achievement • Cognitive – Psychologist assesses how the child learns • Social/Emotional Functioning – Social worker assesses social history based on parent interview and staff functioning observation, including the adaptive behaviors of the student (self-care, social skills) • Speech/Language – Speech Language Pathologist assesses speech production, and expressive/receptive language skills. • Health – Nurse assesses health history and current condition • Motor – Occupational therapist assesses fine & gross motor skills • Not always necessary – • determine necessity before permission to test is received

  10. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS 3. Eligibility is Determined at the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting, then IEP document is completed • BEFORE the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting: • You (case manager) set the date • - coordinate w/ parents & providers • You invite IEP team & interpreter, if required • You finish your evaluation report and ensure the entire multidisciplinary team has done the same • You may discuss evaluation results with other service providers, but you MAY NOT discuss eligibility determination • You prepare the IEP paperwork necessary for the meeting

  11. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS 3. Eligibility is Determined at the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting, then IEP document is completed • DURING the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting: • You facilitate the meeting • The IEP team communicates evaluation results to parents • The IEP team determines eligibility • The IEP team determines services to be provided, accommodations to be put into place, goals

  12. Beginning the IEP Process CDE DPS 3. Eligibility is Determined at the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting, then IEP document is completed • Immediately AFTER the “Initial Staffing” IEP Meeting: • You complete the IEP paperwork

  13. Implementing and Reviewing the IEP • Services and accommodations are provided • Reviews for ongoing implementation

  14. The IEP Process 1. Child is Found 2. Child is Evaluated Student determined to not be Eligible Services and Accommodations Provided

  15. GEAR UP! • Resources Available: • people • websites • other Special Education The IEP Process

  16. GEAR UP! • Session Objectives: • Fellows will be able to… • sequence the events in the IEP Process • identify their role as Case Manager • identify resources related to the IEP process Special Education The IEP Process

  17. Exit Ticket: Reflect on your burning question from the Do Now. Answer the question, or circle it if it remains unknown to you. Turn this exit ticket in to the red box near the door as you leave. GEAR UP! Special Education The IEP Process