Incorporating Parental Input in Individualized Education Programs - Quiz & Worksheet


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What is an individualized education program?

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1. Who is part of the IEP committee?

2. What is a benefit of having parents involved in the IEP process?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

At times, a team of professionals need to create an individual education plan, or an IEP, for certain students. Parental involvement is key in the creation and implementation of such plans. Quiz questions will test your knowledge on IEPs and how parents can get involved in their child's education.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz questions will focus on topics such as:

  • What kind of student an IEP is created for
  • IEP committees
  • Benefits of parental involvement in an IEP
  • IEP process difficulties
  • Teachers fostering parental input during the IEP process

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you draw the most important information in regards to who is involved in the IEP process
  • Making connections - use your understanding of why parents may not wish to participate in the IEP process
  • Information recall - access knowledge regarding what type of student may have an IEP

Additional Learning

To learn more about the IEP process and parental involvement, review the lesson titled Incorporating Parental Input in Individual Education Plans. Topics covered include:

  • How it is determined if a student should have an IEP
  • The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
  • What the law requires in terms of parental involvement in the IEP process