Develop an original resource(s) (e.g., paper, PPT, checklist, outline, or handou


Develop an original resource(s) (e.g., paper, PPT, checklist, outline, or handouts) to use before, during, and after an IEP meeting.
The resource includes information that can help reduce a teacher’s or parent’s anxiety regarding the meeting and help you ensure a productive IEP meeting.
Include a minimum of five elements (e.g., tips, required actions, optional “ice breakers,” and other information) for the following five sections (i.e., sections I through V) for your resource:
Preparing for an IEP Meeting (Include a minimum of five elements.)
IEP Preparation Tips for Parents (Include a minimum of five elements.)
IEP Preparation Tips for the Classroom Teacher (Include a minimum of five elements.)
Actions During the IEP Meeting (Include a minimum of five elements.)
Evaluating the IEP Meeting (Include a minimum of five elements.)
Create something practical that you can use in the future.


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