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Student-Centered IEPs: A Pathway to Stronger Transition Outcomes

Supporting students to be self-determined in their IEP meetings helps develop leadership and self-advocacy skills that are paramount in later transition outcomes.

Overview

The Transition Center at Perkins hosted a conversation with Ann Phelan, Manager of Resources and Engagement, Perkins Transition Center, and Leslie Thatcher, Director of Program Development and Strategy, Perkins Transition Center on Individual Education Plans (IEPs) part of their  “Let’s Talk About Transition” webinar series.  The discussion offers families and educational teams the tools to foster and support a student-centered IEP experience. Supporting students to be self-determined in their IEP meetings helps develop leadership and self-advocacy skills that are paramount in later transition outcomes.

View the video on this page at no charge, or register for our companion tutorial to earn 1.5 continuing education credits.

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Meet the Presenters

portrait photo of Ann Phelan
Ann Phelan
Program Manager, Transition Planning Resource Center
Headshot of Leslie Thatcher
Leslie Thatcher
Director, Program Development and Strategy, Transition Center
Level:
Introductory
Length:
Approximately one hour
Credits:
1.5 Continuing Education
1.5 Professional Development
1.5 ACVREP
1.5 CTLE
Cost:
$55 - Earn Credits