Special Education Family Support

Special Education Family Support

SST6 Family Engagement Series

State Support Team 6 has a series of recorded sessions focused on a variety of topics to support families of students with disabilities.  As the sessions are completed, the recording will be posted to this webpage. 

After the selecting the recording link, make sure to read the video description to access links to resources and information presented in the video.  

 

Date

Topic

Presenter

Recording Link

12/6/21 

Parent Rights in the Special Education Process

Kim Moritz

1/27/22

Access to Career Technology Programming

Lisa Hite

Coming Soon

2/22/22

Dyslexia Legislation Updates/Supports

Caryn Timmerman

Coming Soon

3/1/22

Special Education and Early Childhood

Amy Recker

Coming Soon

4/12/22

Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports

Tiffini Flugga

Coming Soon

5/11/22

An Overview of the ETR Process

Caryn Timmerman

Coming Soon

6/7/22

An Overview of the IEP Process

Cherie Smith

Coming Soon


Check back for new recording links 24 hours after the presentation!


Special Education- The Basics of an Evaluation Team Report (ETR)

An Evaluation Team Report (ETR) is an initial step in identifying whether a student has a suspected disability and identities the student's educational needs. This video was created by WOUB Public Media (http://woub.org/) in partnership with the Ohio Department of Education.
 
 

 

Special Education- The Basics of an Individualized Education Program (IEP)

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) outlines the educational services provided to a student with disabilities. In creating an IEP, the IEP team, along with the student's parents, look at the current level of educational achievement and the identified educational needs of the student to develop goals and objectives for academic growth for the school year. The IEP is a written document that establishes the supports and services to be provided to the child. This video was created by WOUB Public Media (http://woub.org/) in partnership with the Ohio Department of Education.
 
 

 

Special Education- The Basics of Progress Monitoring

Progress monitoring is a part of a student's IEP used to determine if the student is making progress. The monitoring helps determine if the goals of the IEP are being met. The results of the monitoring can be a basis to re-evaluate the IEP to provide different supports that may better meet the needs of the student. This video was created by WOUB Public Media (http://woub.org/) in partnership with the Ohio Department of Education.
 
 

 
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