Facilitated IEP: Conflict Prevention and Resolution Through IEP Meeting Facilitation - Osceola County
|2 Day Training (8:30 AM - 4:00 PM each day)|
Target Audience: Osceola County Staffing Specialists, LEA Representatives, ESE Teachers, Program Specialists and Administrators who conduct and participate in IEP Meetings.
Course Description: This 2-day professional development is based upon the work and research of Doug and Joyce Little with the Key2Ed Company. The desired outcome is to teach IEP meeting facilitators how to: build collaborative relationships among team members; focus the IEP content and process on the needs of the student; exercise an efficient guided meeting process; increase effective communication and reflective listening; and assist team members in reaching true consensus
Course Objective: In this training, participants will:
Learn what a Facilitated IEP Meeting is
Understand meeting functions and roles of the team members
Review the stages of a discussion
Examine facilitative behaviors: preventions and interventions
Analyze a facilitated IEP Meeting
Practice facilitating an IEP Meeting
The Key2Ed Conflict Prevention and Resolution through IEP Meeting Facilitation Handbook, 2013 Edition will be provided at this training.