SORT BY Relevancy
MEASURING HOW YOUR CHILD THINKS AND THE IEP Measuring how your child thinks and relaying it in the IEP process. Listen to Dr. Florance explain how to interpret educational testing results with the unique profile of the highly visual student in mind. Find out how test scores indicate whether someone is extremely verbal, a balance of verbal and visual, or extremely visual. We will also discuss auditory processing testing in the context of the highly visual child
Bullying IS an IEP issue.
Hosts Jennifer Laviano a special education attorney and Julie Swanson a special education advocate host this very important interview.
Your child's IEP is a legal document that their school must follow.
The tragic suicide of a Florida teen from relentless bullying has sparked a firestorm within the legal system to put an end to torment and tragedy.
If your child is being bullied you have rights and can use an IEP to protect them.
Two girls were charged with aggravated stalking, a third-degree felony and will be processed through the juvenile court system. Neither had an arrest record. The older girl was taken into custody in the juvenile wing of the Polk County Jail. The younger girl, who the police said expressed remorse, was released to her parents now under house arrest.
If you havent already spoken
in Self Help
The IEP (Individualized Education Plan) process can be an overwhelming experience for parents. Once the IEP is in place, annual meetings can also leave parents feeling confused and unsure if their child who stutters is receiving the support they need to succeed in school. Please join us and call in with your questions as Lynne Remson, Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders and Chapter Leader of the NSA Phoenix Family Chapter, reviews the IEP process an
We are honored ot have back on the show Tony Mei who the BSA National Chair for Speical Needs. Today, Tony and I will be talking about Scout extensions and the ISAP (Individualized Scouting Advancement Plan) which is simular to a IEP in a school setting and we will also be talking about extensions are applied for and received to allow a scout to continue to work on differnt scouting achivements. Learn the process, what can be asked for, what should be avoided and the
Meet Doreen Fulton, creator of an IEP for Parents. This is a lifeline for parents with special needs children. Heck - its a great resource for any parent. Doreen seeks to give voice to the unspoken dreams of young adults with special needs. She is most successful in this endeavor when working with their Moms. When Mom is given the opportunity to focus on her unspoken dreams, she gains clarity, connects with her own strengths, interests, and passions and is more open to the s
Presented by Special Education Attorney, Jeffrey A. Gottlieb. Learn how to be effective at an IEP meeting, such that your child receives appropriate placement, services and goals. Check website for IEP informational materials at www.specialeducationattorneyatlaw.com.
The Total Tutor will interview Nicole S. Green of Carson Dellosa. She will discuss the Summer Bridge Program. Also, Neil Haley The Total Tutor will discuss what to do after your child's IEP is written?
AWN Advisory Board Member, and Parent Advocate Kristina Chew joined us to discuss the IEP process. She has been an active participant in her son's IEP meetings for several years, and understands first hand the importance of comprehending your child's rights as it pertains to their IEP. Kristina guided us through the must know facts and myths surrounding your child's rights, and how you can be an active participant in successfully developing & implementing your child's IEP.
Hear interview with Merrill Hope about many things in education you did not know. Here is an excerpt from her blog on www.cityonahill.tv (look on navigation bar under Blog Post and you will see Food For Thought). Common Core, two words that rattle many parents’ nerves from sea to shining sea; however, there are two other words that should shake us to our very core: Education Code.
In this installment we see how the education code is about to play a far bigger role in defining acceptable words and behaviors, posing an insidious threat to every child and family in ways we have never imagined.
Most education codes in each school district across the country reads similarly to this amended Section 32228 of the California education code regarding school safety: “teach pupils techniques for resolving conflicts without violence” (section 1. Innocuous and can mean anything. Well, not no more. Presenting sheriffs at the California “Threat Assessment: Prevention of Targeted Violence in Schools” defined problematic types of kid name-calling, mainly words that indicate intent or veiled threats even if only idiomatic. Ever hear a kid say “You better watch it” or “I’m gonna get you.” Or worse, “my mom’s gonna kill me for flunking the test?” Certainly, we can appreciate the sensitivity to certain words but have we forgotten that “sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never harm me?”
Unfortunately, these days, the sticks and stones are suspect and the names must be reported because in the Threat Assessment Plan, all words/actions are perceived as threats because if not, it would be deemed “tacit permission” from school administrators to the students to continue unacceptable words and/or behaviors (p. 4)
Lisa Harp of the Harp institute and Learning Link technologies discusses the IEP (Individualized Education Program).
There is a great deal of controversy over the IEP. This segments into two main categories. Those with extreme special needs and those who are marginal in their IEP needs.
For those cases that are definitely in need of an IEP the task is to make sure that the IEP fits their needs. Is the student getting the education they have the right to or are they possibly being warehous
Corey and Steve invite you to tune in as they tackle some of the week's big topics in football and in life.This week we will re-cap some of the highlights of the second week of the NFL season and discuss the BCS race. From there, we will intentionally create some energy by talking leadership with one of our favorite life coaches. At about 20 minutes into the show, we will introduce our guest, Anese Cavanaugh. Anese is a mom, entrepreneur, writer, speaker, leadership and collaboration expert, and a trusted advisor to some of today’s most savvy business leaders .Anese is also the creator of the IEP Method and Crafting Impact Leadership Programs, her methodology has been integrated into core curriculum and processes in various leadership institutes and training programs including the ISAE Leadership Institute where she served as faculty for their executive leadership program. Anese is the author of The Little Book of Bootism. She is currently finishing up two book projects. You can find her at www.anesecavanaugh.com
Listen, Engage, and Enjoy the show!
Join Host Live Chats
- YusefEL (37 chatters)
- WGAG Radio (11 chatters)
- NewEarth Radio PrimeTime X StudioA (10 chatters)
- Attune Magazine Radio (8 chatters)
- BonnieAlbersOnAir (5 chatters)
- Earth Angels Radio (4 chatters)
- FlyLady (3 chatters)
- Word of Mom Radio (3 chatters)
- SDCommunityCoalition (3 chatters)
- CaroleCopelandThomas (2 chatters)
- IU Radio LIVE Politico Talk (2 chatters)
- When Christians Speak (2 chatters)
- Andrew Rauch (1 chatters)
- cowpote (1 chatters)
- The Organic View (1 chatters)
- Trish Hennessey (1 chatters)