|Tuesday, April 16, 2019||1:00 pm -4:00 pm|
Little Canada, MN
+ Webinar Option*
$40 (by April 13)
$45 (after April 13)
or call 651-484-5510
The U.S. Supreme Court’s special education ruling in the 2017 case, Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, is having important effects on special education, including the development of students’ individualized education programs (IEP). In this presentation, Dr. Yell will first summarize the Endrew case and how it effects the primary obligation of special education teachers and administrators, which is to confer a free appropriate public education (FAPE). Next, Dr. Yell will examine how IEP teams can develop educationally meaningful and legally sound IEPs that meet the Endrew standard. Finally, Dr. Yell will address the special case of developing behavioral IEPs.
Graduate credit toward EBD licensure and continuing education clock hours are available.
The workshop can be customized based on experience level, particular needs and available workshop time. For more information on developing a custom workshop, please contact us.
|Stage 1: Awareness||Keynote|
|Stage 2: Application||1/2-full day|
|Stage 3: Independence||1-2 days|
|Trainer-of-Trainers||Please contact us |
* While we would prefer to see your smiling faces and welcome you to our library with some hospitality, we understand that some of you aren't able to physically join us. If you would like to participate in the workshop via a webinar, please select that option on your online registration form. Upon receipt of your payment, you will receive login instructions. The webinar will be held live in conjunction with the onsite workshop from 1-4 pm.
Participants will learn:
Mitchell Yell, Ph.D. - Univ. of South Carolina, Fred and Francis Palmetto Chair in Teacher Education, Special Education
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