Preparing for an IEP Meeting


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Which one of the following is true about an IEP?

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1. What would NOT be a suitable place to hold an IEP meeting?

2. Why is it important to provide other participants, besides the parents, ample time when scheduling an IEP meeting?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet will gauge your comprehension of planning an IEP meeting. Topics that would be helpful to focus on include a suitable setting for an IEP meeting and the information that is discussed at this type of meeting.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With these practice questions, you'll be quizzed specifically on:

  • Reason why proper notice of an IEP meeting should be given
  • Information about an IEP
  • IEP team member who serves as the LEA
  • Suitable setting for an IEP meeting
  • Information shared during an IEP meeting

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on planning IEP meetings
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the information that is shared during an IEP meeting
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about a team member who serves as the LEA

Additional Learning

If you want to obtain more knowledge on planning for IEP meetings, have a look at the affiliated lesson called Preparing for an IEP Meeting. It goes over the following objectives:

  • Review what an IEP is and why it is needed for some students
  • Learn about when an IEP is reviewed and revised
  • Discuss the participants present at an IEP meeting
  • Provide information about the work that is done before an IEP meeting occurs
  • Understand the role of an IEP draft