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IEP 2024 Quarterly Webinar #1 | A Four-Step Method for Developing Measurable, Meaningful, and Legally Sound IEP Goals
December 13, 2023 - February 23, 2024

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Each quarterly webinar delivers exactly what special educators need to know to consistently develop educationally meaningful and legally defensible IEPs

Want to write IEP goals that are laser-focused on student progress? Join this webinar to learn a four-step method for developing measurable, meaningful, and legally sound IEP goals that will help your students reach their full potential. The purposes of this webinar are to:

The purposes of this webinar are to:
o Clarify the importance of the assessment and present levels statement in writing goals
o Explain a process for developing annual goals during an IEP meeting.
o Present a simple four-step method for ensuring that goals are actually measurable.
o Discuss the importance of graphically monitoring student progress toward the goals. 

Thank you to our webinar sponsor, Let's Go Learn!


Presenter - Dr. Mitchell Yell earned his Ph.D. in Education Psychology from the University of Minnesota. He is currently the Fred and Francis Lester Palmetto Chair in Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Yell has extensive experience teaching students with mild disabilities using evidence-based practices, special education law, progress monitoring, IEP development, classroom management. His primary area of research and writing is on IEP development, legal issues in special education, classroom management, progress monitoring, and evidence-based practices in special education. He also serves as a state review officer in South Carolina, where he reviews appeals of rulings by due process hearing officers and frequently serves as an expert witness in special education cases. Dr. Yell is a current Board of Directors member for the Council for Exceptional Children.