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Quality IEP Training - 2 February 2022 - NWRESD - via Zoom

  • 02/02/2022
  • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • NWRESD | via Zoom
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NWRESD Special Student Services extends an invitation for you to attend...

Quality IEP Training
February 2, 2022  |  NWRESD, via Zoom  |  12:00 to 4:00 pm

This quality Individualized Education Plan (IEP) development training is a collaborative project between ODE and NWRESD.  Training will be presented by Cathy Jensen, NWRESD Executive Director K-12 Special Education, and Stacie Peeler, NWRESD Autism Consultant.

      IEP Teamwork

      Set the stage for collaborative and meaningful participation of all team members including parents, specialists, and general education team members. This strand will cover preparing parents for the meeting, helping general education teachers understand their role, reviewing procedural safeguards in a meaningful way, developing a collaborative agenda, etc.

      Goal Writing: Connecting the Dots from Present Levels to Goals to Services

      Practice developing present levels that consider all areas of educational need, then connect those needs directly to goals and services. Presenters will offer coaching around writing goals to support discipline, disability, placement, or age-level needs. 

      Maximizing Accommodations and Modifications

      This strand will cover strategies for determining the most effective accommodations and modifications, considering not only the individual student's learning profile but the needs of the student within the current learning environment. We will also discuss strategies for engaging and training general education teachers as partners in the process.

      Decision-making and Prior Written Notice

      Although most of the time team members are in agreement about decisions related to FAPE, when conflicts do occur, they often come up at times when a Prior Written Notice (PWN) is required: Evaluation Planning, Eligibility, Placement, etc. This strand will review the technical aspects of PWN, while also exploring team-based decision-making and strategies to turn challenging conversations into opportunities for positive collaboration centered on student success.


      Registration Cost: Free 

      Professional Development Units: Three and one half (3.5) 

      Registration Options

      1. NWRESD Staff: To sign-up for PDU credits, please complete on-line registration at Frontline. Registration for the class is still required on this site.

      2. District Staff: Please select the registration button (located at top left).


      For more information, please contact:

      Cathy Jensen Questions regarding training content

      Darliene Farrar - Questions regarding registration (503.614-1433)

      Washington County
      Fax: 503-614-1440
      5825 NE Ray Circle
      Hillsboro OR 97124-6436

      Clatsop County
      Fax: 503-325-1297

      1120 Broadway St

      Seaside, OR 97138

      Columbia County
      Fax: 503-397-0796
      800 Port Avenue
      St. Helens, OR 97051

      Tillamook County

      Fax: 503-842-6272
      2515 3rd Street
      Tillamook, OR 97141

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