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It’s one of the trickiest questions educators have to answer: When is the student’s problematic behavior a manifestation of disability and when is the student exhibiting willful misconduct? Join attorney Geneva Jones for this anything-but-typical review of discipline and manifestation determinations.

This webinar will specifically examine the connection between maladaptive behavior and standard disciplinary options. You’ll learn about IEP and BIP behavior interventions that reinforce or fail to decrease behaviors, plus discover alternative behaviors and discipline strategies to reduce repeat conduct. Plus, you’ll hear about cases where the hearing officer determined what behavior constituted a manifestation of a student’s disability and what behavior was conduct or manipulation of the disciplinary consequences.

Discover how to right-the-ship when standard disciplinary tools are part of the problem with specific practices to:

  • Identify and document when behavior is willful misconduct verses a manifestation of disability
  • Use discipline as a behavior modification tool that actually decreases the behavior
  • Examine student evaluations and data collection to determine if the disciplinary action is working to reduce maladaptive behavior
  • Respond when traditional disciplinary action is reinforcing the student’s conduct
  • Prove to a hearing officer that a behavior is not a manifestation of a student’s disability
  • And more

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$250 per connection until January 12

$270 per connection from January 13 - January 19

Additional Site:

$115 per connection Now to January 19

During each IEP meeting, staff members must address parent concerns, develop appropriate solutions and document the discussions in real-time — all while ensuring the IEP is individualized for the student and compliance obligations are met.

Ease the burden of these responsibilities for staff with guidance from Dr. Derek Ihori. First, he’ll outline a structured, systematic method staff can use to develop a data-focused IEP. With a linear approach showing how one aspect of the IEP flows into the next, staff will learn about developing IEP components such as the student’s accommodations/modifications, least restrictive environment and appropriate services.

Second, staff will learn how to take comprehensive and objective IEP meeting notes, including sample language, structure and practical tips so every important decision and discussion is documented and the district has a record of compliance should litigation occur.

Ensure your staff gains best practices and skills they can immediately apply to:

  • Use assessment data to develop an IEP with clear present levels of performance
  • Develop measurable annual goals containing baseline data so progress can be accurately measured
  • Problem-solve during IEP meetings using data rather than subjective opinion
  • Document conflicts and district responses to parent requests/concerns during IEP meetings
  • Plus more

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