Having a list of discussion topics "on-hand" is useful when working with students and their parents or guardians. That way, I don't forget to bring up important topics.
During Emma's IEP team meeting, we saw Emma's mother and teachers talking about important topics. For example, they talked about implementing accommodations for instruction. Her math teacher explained that the resource room teacher might read aloud Emma's weekly math quizzes. And her special education teacher explained that data would be collected to ensure that Emma's accommodations are effective.
Emma's teachers should follow-up with her mother after the meeting. Other important topics, not addressed in the IEP meeting, can be discussed on the phone or in person.
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