NCSIP - Improving Instruction for Students with Disabilities

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parent information and resources

Please click here for links to the online Parent Surveys and instructions on where to mail your hard copies. Reminder:  all Parent Surveys for 2016-17 are due June 30, 2017.

Please check the Info for Coordinators tab for information on Developmental Reviews and links to the foms you will need to complete your data submission requirements for the 2016-17 school year.

ECAC and the NC Deaf-Blind Project
  are pleased to bring you a 3-part webinar series!

 


3-Steps on the Road to Better IEPs 

  

 

These FREE webinars are open to Families & Educators!  You do not have to be the parent or teacher of a child with deaf-blindness to participate in any or all of the webinars.

  

Register for 1, 2 or all three events!   You will need to complete a very quick, but separate registration for each session you wish to attend.    

 

 

It's not enough to have a seat at the IEP Team Table. Learn how to use information, strategies and your voice to influence important decisions that impact the course of your child's education.

 

 

Is your child's special education focused on the skills that you think are most important? Are your child's IEP goals written in a way that can clearly show whether he/she is making adequate progress? This webinar will help you understand what it takes to be able to answer "yes" to those questions.

 

 

IEP goals and the general education curriculum determine WHAT your child will learn at school. This webinar will help prepare you to work with the other members of the IEP team to make thoughtful decisions about exactly HOW your child's unique needs will be met through services and supports.

    

ECAC is pleased to bring you 
a FREE 
3-part webinar series!
  
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Transition to Kindergarten 
 

These FREE webinars are open to Families & Educators!   
  
Register for 1, 2 or all three events!   Simply complete a very quick, but separate registration for each session you wish to attend.    
 
 
This is the first of a 3-part series about navigating the special education "maze" in Kindergarten and learning how you can more effectively participate in planning your child's educational program! 

Children with disabilities have the right to be educated in the Least Restrictive Environment.....but do you know what that really means for your child   Join us for this FREE webinar as we explore how IEPs, Inclusion and the Least Restrictive Environment fit together and how you can more effectively participate in the process.     
 
Session #2 - Effective Communication with your Child's School 
 
 
Being an effective member of your child's IEP Team is much more than coming to a meeting. Communicating with your child's teachers and others at school, providing information and sharing ideas before and during the meeting, are essential as you help support your child's educational program.   Join us as we explore how you can more effectively participate and communicate as a key member of the IEP Team!  
 
 
This is the final webinar in a FREE 3-part series about making the transition to kindergarten a smooth one!     Join us to learn more about navigating the special education "maze" and learning how you can more effectively participate in planning your child's educational program!     We'll talk about what you can do at home between now and the start of Kindergarten to help your child be ready!
You don't need to have participated on the first 2 webinars to benefit from this one. So please join us!

This free series is co-sponsored with: 
ECAC and the Triangle Down Syndrome Network.
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