Presenter: Catherine Whitcher, M.Ed
Dates: March 23,30 and April 6
Registration Fee: $50/$100 (Level 1/Level 2)
No cost for LKSD, BSSD
Credit: One optional university credit is available for attending all webinars and participating in online assignments and discussions.
Book included: IEP Development Assessment Wheel™: Strategies and Solutions for Parents and Teachers to Build IEPs that Work in the Real World
Registration coming in January.
Join us for a Special Education Strategy three-part webinar series that will help you build IEPs that work in the real world to prepare every child for further education, employment, and independent living.
Together, we will be addressing 8 key areas of IEP development, including parent involvement, present levels, goals, accountability, supports (accommodations/modifications), services, placement, and collaboration. We’ll explore solutions to solve your most pressing problems from executing inclusion plans to tackling staff shortages, all while reducing conflict at the IEP table.
Do you feel like another year is slipping by? Gain the leadership skills you need to make this school year a success and prepare for next year. When you walk into your next IEP meeting, you’ll be ready to make the toughest decisions about placement, therapies, and IEP goals, side-by-side with your IEP team.
Session 1: Setting the Foundation for a Strong IEP – Learn to simplify Your IEP process. You’ll be able to build compliant and meaningful IEPs with more confidence.
Session 2: Leveling Up Your Leadership – Learn how to implement accountability strategies, get creative when resources are lacking, and develop collaboration checkpoints.
Session 3: Conflict Resolution – Learn 5 questions you need to ask when conflict arises, what to do when you can’t agree, and how to build trust on your IEP team.
Target Audience: K-12 educators and administrators
Catherine Whitcher, M.Ed has been solving Special Education struggles for schools and families for over 25 years. After watching her family navigate the system for her brother with Down syndrome, Catherine was motivated to create change. She earned several certifications in Special Education, spent time in the classroom, and became a positive voice of hope and collaboration for families and teachers in her community. She is the founder of the Master IEP Coach® Mentorship and Network, creator of the IEP Development Assessment Wheel™, host of the Special Education Inner Circle podcast, and is currently traveling nationwide working hands-on with teachers and parents to build IEPs in the real world. Her unique special education strategies and solutions have been implemented at thousands of IEP tables and she can’t wait to support you in leveling up your leadership on your IEP team.