Facilitated IEP

Facilitated IEP is a process in which a student’s IEP is developed in a structured meeting by a collaborative team.  The team includes all required IEP team members who share the responsibility for the meeting process and results, and decision-making is managed with effective facilitation skills. IEP facilitation is a student-focused process in which a trained individual (facilitator) assists the IEP team in developing an IEP that provides a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to the student. The Dispute Resolution Unit believes there are three components needed to facilitate a successful IEP meeting: standardized meeting practices; knowledge of the IEP process; and the use of meeting management skills that aid in minimizing conflict and maximizing collaboration. This training is designed to teach these three components.

Registration for our February 4-5, 2015 Facilitated IEP Training is now open. This two-day training at the Peoria Unified School District is $75.00 and includes breakfast, lunch, and training materials. Please register through ADE’s Calendar of Events. (Advance the calendar to February 4, 2015 in order to register).

  • February 4-5, 2015

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