Jun 18, 2024  
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EDSP 281 - Collaboration & Planning to Execute Ieps

4 Credit(s)
This course prepares students for the IEP process. This IEP process should be a seamless collaboration between key stakeholders in planning, writing, and implementing individualized plans for children with disabilities. Students will learn both the legal and pedagogical mechanics of writing IEPs as well as the human process. Emphasis will be placed on family-centric communication and bridging the needs of all through sound principles of collaboration, effective instruction, and professional behavior. This course investigates the relationships that exist between professionals, parents, and outside agencies. Students will learn to work effectively with teachers, principals, other school personnel, parents, and agencies. Communication skills, collaboration, and professionalism will be stressed to promote harmonious working conditions to benefit students with differences. Students will complete and be evaluated upon a variety of applied activities including simulated IEP development, case studies and applied activities relative to relationship building, and web-based assignments.

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