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Copy of Student-Led IEPs

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Lauren Royer

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Student-Led IEPs

Erin Hawes
Justin Hawker
Lauren Royer

The "I" in IEP: Student-Led IEPs
What Does a Traditional IEP Meeting Look Like?
Conference with IEP team where
student leads the discussion

Case Manager moves from a leadership role to a
facilitative role

moves from passive role to a
more active role

Families become more
actively engaged
in a discussion with their child, opposed to the child's case manager
What are Student-Led IEPs?
Increase student's responsibility for learning
Develop skills related to post-secondary goals
Self Advocacy
Social Skills
Self Determination
Public Speaking
Understand their disability and what they need to be successful
Improves parent and teacher attendance (Bailey, Guskey)
Changes the climate of the IEP Meeting
Student Strengths
Positive Interaction with Adults
Why Change What's Already Working?
Don't Believe Us?
Let's Hear What Our Students Have To Say
- Case Manager Duties
*Prior to meeting
* At meeting
* After meeting

- Student Duties

Address strengths and needs
What Does a Student-Led IEP Meeting Look Like For A Case Manager
What Does a Student-Led IEP Meeting
Look Like For A Student
Discuss classes

Request and RESPONDS to teacher input
Understand and discuss goals
Discuss accommodations and current utilization of them
Speak directly to parents and requests their input
Actively explain plans for the future
Samples of Student PowerPoint
Schedule meeting and invite attendees

Meet with student in advance to discuss student expectations

Rehearse meeting agenda

Prompt students, if needed


Ensure paperwork is signed
students' Views on Traditional IEPs
Why We Made the Move to Self-Directed IEPs
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