- My secret to effective + efficient IEP writing for getting more collaborative IEP writing in less time
- How I taught one special ed teacher to implement a simple data collection system that aligned with her IEP writing, even without working outside contract hours
- The simplest way to see progress with your IEP writing
- Why writing IEPs the night before the IEP meeting doesn’t make for effective or collaborative IEP writing and what to do instead!
Let’s get your IEP Writing working for you, instead of winging it.
As a dual-certified special education teacher who spent 7.5 years in the traditional classroom, teaching in multiple states and special education settings and grades, and more than 10 years in education, I know what the paperwork overload is like. But I also have always enjoyed writing IEPs and am a self-proclaimed #datanerd. Being one of the few who loves writing IEPs, I do understand too that not everyone will love IEPs as much as I do, but it is my hope that with the appropriate training and resources, teachers will not only advocate harder for student services and supports, but also bridge the gap between teachers and families to foster a true IEP Team.