The Power Of Documentation

Would you ever go into a parent meeting or an ARD to discuss a student’s grades without having grades from assignments and tests? In this training, Alicia Tucker explains how the same principle applies to student behaviors. It’s crucial to enter meetings with data to back up discussions on a child’s behaviors, placement, and performance. Without documentation, you risk due process issues, as advocates or attorneys will request these records first.

Tools and Forms

Documentation tools and forms that will be provided and taught how to implement include:

In addition, providing proof that all accommodations from a student’s IEP and/or BIP have been provided is vital, especially when disagreements arise. Documents that teacher’s need to show in ARD meetings and parent conferences will be provided and demonstrated how to use during this training session.

For more information or to schedule a workshop, please contact Alicia Tucker

Upon completion of this course, attendees will receive a certificate for 3 CPE hours