Ethical Considerations for Improvement of College IEP Transition Planning for Students with Learning Disabilities



Does the current state of IEP transition planning lead to better outcomes for students with learning disabilities? If not, what can be done? Utilizing a college accessibility perspective, special educators, teachers, and administrators will gain awareness of the major issues and practical impact of current transition planning efforts on students with learning disabilities planning to attend college. Participants will gain awareness of those issues, the consequences, and possible solutions for IEP transition planning. By using ethical questioning, participants will assess current practices, gain insight into existing barriers and areas for growth and change and explore improvements that may affect college outcomes for students with learning disabilities. Suggestions for areas of improvement are also explored.

Perfect for administrators, special educators, case managers, parents, advocates, IEP coaches and more.

What others have said!

How can you turn this knowledge into common knowledge for high school advisors? It needs to be done! So crucial. Thanks again!  B,C., Private Tutor, Rating 5/5

Thank you for such a helpful and informative workshop!  I feel much better prepared to advocate for students and to help parents advocate for their child now and in the future.  I really appreciated the ethical considerations and recommendations for items to include in IEP’s (and how it can greatly benefit students in the future). B.F., Reading Specialist, Rating 5/5

As an educator who has worked in settings from Pre-K, including Developmental Preschool, through graduate school in multiple university settings, I found this presentation very eye opening yet easy to follow. As a parent of learning-disabled students, I wish I had known this information before my students went to school. Thank you! R.F. Teacher, Rating 5/5

Note: For professional development, a certificate of completion is available to you upon completion of the course.