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SEIS for Administrators

SEIS for Administrators

This SEIS training will equip District Level Users with the skills necessary to monitor their special education programs, perform the essential duties of a District Level User, and successfully navigate and use SEIS. Dive deeper as you utilize SEIS’s search features and integrate best practices.

Student Records

Student Records

What is a pupil record as it relates to special education?  This training will help administrators understand legal requirements for records better and provide a checklist for responding to requests more quickly, comprehensively, and efficiently.

Red Flags

Red Flags

This training will assist administrators in identifying red flags that indicate potential issues with a student’s program and services.  Participants will learn how to anticipate parent requests for services, aide support, and other common requests and what actionable steps districts should take when these warning signs are presented.

Facilitating IEP Meetings

Facilitating IEP Meetings

Facilitation is the process in which an individual assists an IEP team with communication and problem-solving strategies so the IEP team can develop a child-focused educational program while maintaining positive working relationships.  Administrators will walk away with an understanding of the facilitator role, stages of facilitation, crucial communication and listening skills, and strategies and techniques to facilitate an IEP meeting successfully. 

Parent Consent and Exceptions

Parent Consent and Exceptions

This training will guide administrators on technical next steps when parents provide full consent to the IEP or sign with exceptions.

The Prior Written Notice: Why It’s the Most Important Tool in Your Tool Box

The Prior Written Notice: Why It’s the Most Important Tool in Your Tool Box

A Prior Written Notice (PWN) is an opportunity for schools to communicate with families of students with disabilities regarding implementing the student’s programming. This training discusses how the IDEA guides the appropriate use of a PWN and the seven different components to be embedded within the PWN. Additionally, participants will discover sample templates and appropriate ways to communicate in a PWN so all team members have a clear, concise understanding of the proposed or refused implementation of programming for an individual student.