CAHELP Guide of Professional Learning Courses

The Legally Compliant IEP: Mastering SEIS Forms INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIONS

For more information or to register for this training, visit the CAHELP OMS Calendar: https://sbcss.k12oms.org/?gid=52

In this course, participants will navigate the intricacies of crafting a legally sound and compliant Individualized Education Program (IEP) to ensure equitable and effective educational outcomes for parents and their children with qualifying disabilities. Participants will be guided through specific SEIS forms that link to the legal framework that governs the development of IEPs. Participants will develop knowledge of how legally required elements of an IEP are designed to safeguard the rights of students and provide them with tailored support. A comprehensive understanding of both federal and state laws, and mastery of the legal elements involved in formulating an IEP, not only ensures the protection of students’ rights but also empowers educators, parents, and educational professionals to collaboratively design a road-map that fosters inclusive education and maximizes each student’s potential. All participants will receive pertinent resources, links to the SELPA policies and regulations, and flowcharts to help IEP teams conduct meaningful IEP meetings. Participants are encouraged to participate in discussions and questions.

Intended Audience

Special education teachers, school psychologists, general education teachers, and site administrators.

LCAP Priorities

 SHEILA PARISIAN COORDINATOR, DUE PROCESS & COMPLIANCE – (760) 955-3567 x  sheila.parisian@cahelp.org # 04:00 Hours

© School Climate, Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement, Parent Involvement, Implementing State Standards, Other Pupil Outcomes

For more information or to register for this training, visit the CAHELP OMS Calendar: https://sbcss.k12oms.org/?gid=52 The Legally Compliant IEP: Mastering SEIS Forms (Self-Paced Course) INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIONS

In this course, participants will navigate the intricacies of crafting a legally sound and compliant Individualized Education Program (IEP) to ensure equitable and effective educational outcomes for parents and their children with qualifying disabilities. Participants will be guided through specific SEIS forms that link to the legal framework that governs the development of IEPs. Participants will develop knowledge of how legally required elements of an IEP are designed to safeguard the rights of students and provide them with tailored support. A comprehensive understanding of both federal and state laws, and mastery of the legal elements involved in formulating an IEP, not only ensures the protection of students’ rights but also empowers educators, parents, and educational professionals to collaboratively design a road-map that fosters inclusive education and maximizes each student’s potential. All participants will receive pertinent resources, links to the SELPA policies and regulations, and flowcharts to help IEP teams conduct meaningful IEP meetings. Participants are encouraged to participate in discussions and questions.

Intended Audience

Special education teachers, school psychologists, general education teachers, and site administrators.

LCAP Priorities

 SHEILA PARISIAN COORDINATOR, DUE PROCESS & COMPLIANCE – (760) 955-3567 x  sheila.parisian@cahelp.org # 02:00 Hours

© School Climate, Pupil Engagement, Pupil Achievement, Parent Involvement, Implementing State Standards, Other Pupil Outcomes

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