All Eyes on the IEP: Documentation and Goal Setting for Related Service Providers

This graduate course is designed for school-based related service providers including occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of how to write effective and comprehensive Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). This course will allow related service providers to create functional and child centered IEPs by applying documentation and goal setting methodologies outlined in this course to real case scenarios. Case managers will be able to use the guiding principles in this course to lead their special education teams and parents throughout the IEP process while effectively addressing their students’ needs.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5408

**Textbook sold separately and available here

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"This course was amazing. All of the assignments helped me realize how I need to incorporate this into my IEP's. Making some changes will make a big difference in how I take data and write goals. Thank you for all your feedback throughout the course. It helped me feel more connected to the course." 

-Anonymous

"It was so nice to find a course that is related to the field and be able to apply it to my job. I took the IEP course and the textbook was easy to follow. I learned so much more about writing goals and objectives."

-Beth, SLP

 

"Therapy Advance Courses offers a variety of class selections. Instructors are responsive to answer questions. I took the All Eyes on IEP and learned so much about Special Education Law and best practices for writing IEPs! I highly recommend it! Thank you!" -Heather, SLP

 

"This was my first course with Therapy Advance Courses. I loved how the course was self-paced, the textbook provided was very helpful and informative and will be in my personal library within my classroom for reference from now on! The assignments were engaging and really got me to use critical thinking and how I could use the information learned from the course with my students going forward." -Heidi, SLP