Proficient leaders develop proficient staff who in turn, develop proficient students. Unfortunately, administrators are often not advised on special education law, even though they are responsible to make sure mandates are upheld.
What our membership can do for you
Developing effective IEP Goals for students with disabilities has numerous benefits for students, parents, educators, and schools. Students see greater progress when goals are properly crafted. Better outcomes increase parent satisfaction with the school’s efforts, minimizing disputes and Due Process. Educators are more equipped to drive success for students which improves staff fulfillment and retention.
Our process simplifies the IEP goal process. It explains the importance of goals and results in less time and frustration for all involved. And because goals drive services, resulting in better outcomes and continued funding, the importance of crafting appropriate goals is significant.
Providing memberships for those seeking assistance and resources in goal development. Our membership program caters to parents, educators, administrators, and advocates. Membership includes:
- Webinar series
- Live chat sessions
- Skill bank
- S.M.A.R.T.E.R. STEPS Mobile App
$24.99 / a month
All Members Have Access to our SMARTER Steps Mobile APP!
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"How to Save Time and Develop Legally Compliant IEP Goals"
“How to Save Time and Develop Legally Compliant IEP Goals” is the overview webinar of the SMARTER Steps system. Learn this easy 7-step prompting system to gain a solid foundation on how to develop goals for optimal outcomes for children with IEPs. This webinar is for everyone: parents, advocates, school staff, administrators, college students, and university instructors. This webinar is 1 hour and 30 minutes in length and was recorded on 5-21-18. This is an example of our SMARTER series recorded webinars available through our membership program.
You'll be redirected to our FREE webinar upon sign-up!
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